3 Ways a New Kitchen Can Elevate Home Value
Kitchen design is important for everybody. So when it comes to listing your house on the market, it’s no wonder that kitchen interior design is considered a crucial factor across-the-board.
Whether you’re going to be enjoying the new kitchen for yourself or are currently wondering what the possible payback of having a new kitchen could be when listing your home, a kitchen remodel is always worth some consideration.
Here are three simple ways that a new kitchen can elevate your home value.
New Kitchens Speak Volumes
As the centerpiece of your home, your kitchen is the place where you want to illustrate your standard of living.
Guests won’t exactly be touring every room of the house when it’s your turn to entertain, but they’ll almost definitely be spending some time in the kitchen or dining area.
If you have high-quality cabinetry, fixtures and appliances in your kitchen — it’s safe for people to assume the rest of your house has also been updated. On the flip side, if you decide to sell your home, there are few concerns bigger for potential homebuyers than a rushed or rationed kitchen remodel.
“It’ll only take one or two noticeably amateur projects to completely turn off a buyer for fear that you’ve addressed other issues in the house the same way,” according to Southern Living Magazine. “Don’t waste your money on poorly executed ‘improvements’ that only look nice from far away. Buyers will see the lack of quality in an instant and walk away.”
For example, this Contemporary Flossmoor Kitchen by Airoom emphasizes elegant simplicity, clean lines, and open space — a suitable flavor for a wide range of tastes.
Southern Living Magazine also emphasized another pain of poor kitchen design: clutter.“You may have a solid organization system for anything on your counters or on the walls in your kitchen, but anything that is visible to someone walking through your home will come across as clutter,” according to the article about home remodeling. “Don’t stash all these extra items in your pantry or cabinets, though…that’ll give buyers the impression that they too would quickly max out the available storage space and see your house as too small.”
So, the verdict is in…kitchens are important for selling your home. But don’t only look at the value of a new kitchen when you list it on the market. Better organization will make your everyday life better, too.
Just look at this kitchen in Winnetka by Airoom. By adding neatly-sized cabinets, drawers, and pendant lighting— this kitchen design was able to maximize space without sacrificing the look.
Plenty more uniquely-sized cabinetry surrounds the dishwasher below the sink, providing endless amounts of ways to keep your cooking utensils or other kitchen appliances organized.
After all, keeping your kitchen uncluttered is simple when everything has a place.
If your kitchen is lacking some luster, keep in mind that an eye-pleasing kitchen will not just bring more smiling faces to the dinner table, it will more than likely bring more potential buyers for when you decide to sell your home.
According to a Realtor.com survey, 80% of homebuyers placed the kitchen in their list of the top three most important spaces. However, of buyers who bought homes without certain features, 69% of those surveyed said they would have paid more for new kitchen appliances.
There’s not necessarily one type of kitchen that’s the best kitchen for selling a house. But when it comes to appliances, new buyers will definitely peak at the brand name.
Introducing the Revive Kitchen by Airoom
Airoom remodeled homes are used in real estate brokers listings more than any other contractor in the Chicagoland area. Brand recognition like this adds resale value to any type of home.
In addition to Airoom’s fully customized kitchen remodeling projects, Airoom is launching a new offering for kitchen remodeling — the Revive Kitchen.
Available in three styles: Transitional, Traditional or Contemporary in multiple configurations and colors.
The Revive Kitchen by Airoom starts at just Revive Kitchens make it possible to add on incremental resale value to your home at a lower cost and without compromising quality.
Here’s what Revive Kitchen amenities include:
- Fully Wrapped Islands
- USB Charging Ports
- Integrated Cabinet Lighting
- Floating Shelves With Lighting
- Soft Close Doors
- Walnut Drawer Interiors
- Subway Tile Backsplash
- New Garbage Disposal
- Choice Of New Sink And Faucet
- Hanging Pendant Lights
- Quartz Countertops & End Panels
- Fully-Extendable Drawers
- Cabinet Trims, Moldings & Hardware Included
- Waterfall-Wrapped Quartz Island
To schedule a FREE Revive Kitchen consultation and get started on your new kitchen remodeling project, head to this page.