Cabinets are usually the most expensive part of the budget, taking up as much as 29%. Be sure there is plenty of storage, even in the bathroom vanity.
Look through design pages to determine your preferred style, as kitchen cabinets have several: Shaker kitchen, glass front, bead board, etc.
Countertops set the tone of the entire room. For instance, a granite counter will give your bathroom the opulent, luxurious feeling of a 5-star bath. Quartz countertops are often seen in kitchens because they aren't just beautiful, but also strong, easy to clean, hygienic and non-porous. Other materials include laminate, concrete, solid surfacing, butcher block, and stainless steel.
Next are backsplashes; they are now a major design tool that coordinates with counters, cabinets, and flooring to create a focal point.
Remember, you can always do some quick fixes, such as installing a new tub surround rather than replacing the whole thing. Whatever it is you’re looking to do with your kitchen and bathroom remodel, we’re here for you.