4. Like an Egg
While some might find this minimal egg-colored kitchen to be perfectly rustic, most will find it underwhelming.
That’s why a budget of over $25,000 was required to knock down walls to facilitate an open concept, while at the same time completely modernizing the cabinetry and countertops.
Nothing says, “This kitchen needs an update!” quite like an oven and range that’s floating in the middle of a wall.
These homeowners spared no expense giving this kitchen a contemporary look, with $17,500 spent on new countertops, knocking down walls, and brand new cabinets.
6. Updated Galley
For some homes, a galley kitchen is all that’s necessary. But, when it looks like this? Something needs to be done.
For approximately $10,000, the homeowners ripped out all of the cabinets and countertops and replaced them with modern ones. The subway tile backsplash is a deft touch.
7. Making the Old New
Sometimes you want to preserve the “old” look of a home; that’s what these homeowners were thinking when approaching this remodeling project.
And so on a budget of about $2,500, the space was remade! The reclaimed wood walls are clearly the crowning achievement here.