Some people get so hung up on worrying about the cost of remodeling their kitchen that they never actually do anything! Then they find more things they want to change, and the cost they’re imagining goes up, so they still don’t do anything. And so on and so on.  

But taking on a project like this doesn’t have to be scary! And it doesn’t have to destroy your savings, either. According to the National Kitchen and Bath Association, your budget for remodeling your kitchen should be about 10% and 25% of the assessed value of your home. See - that’s not so scary! And the good news is you don’t have to do everything at once. You can just update one thing at a time so it fits your budget. (I can’t promise that once you change that first piece, though, you won’t be ready to just go for the rest of it.)

If you’re wondering how much you should spend on the individual pieces of your kitchen, scroll down to the Get Inspired section of my site and sign up for my newsletter to get a free infographic I made that breaks the budget down even further.

And if you just don’t know where to start, just book a call with me and I’ll help you figure it out!

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