Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Kitchen Remodel Cost Breakdown
If you haven't read about it yet, our Kitchen Remodel was done for around $700 this last winter. Because we don't know how long we will be in this home, we didn't want it to cost a fortune. When I scored this Tile at a garage sale last summer for $250, I knew this would be our starting point. So to answer some of your questions, here is a cost detail for the Kitchen Remodel:
Wood Trim: $105
I have had a lot of questions as to where and what I purchased, so here's that breakdown:
Paint/Primer: Primer was Adhesive Primer by Sherwin Williams b/c we had laminate cabinets. The paint on the cabinets is Sherwin Williams Creamy in semi-gloss. The hinges were painted in a brushed nickel to math the hardware and the chandeliers were painted in a satin black.
Hardware: Knobs purchased on ebay for .99/ea with free shipping. Cup pulls by House of Antique Hardware.
Trim: We purchased 4" crown molding and lathe to trim out the cabinet drawers and doors.
The island trim we had leftover from another project.
Faucet: Purchased on Ebay
Shelving: Purchased shelving and corbels at Home Depot.
Tile: Garage Sale Find
Beadboard: Home Depot
Chandeliers: FREE - a Craigslist find
So there you go...all the details. Let me know if you still have any questions.
Posted by Becky Holmes at 8:21 AM