Before you start planning a new kitchen, the first thing to decide is whether you want to update your current kitchen or start from scratch.
Look at what you already have, and think about what you like and don’t like about it. It can help to draw up a list of what you want to keep, move or remove completely.
If your kitchen layout already works well, you’ll save money by keeping things in the same place, particularly your sink and appliances.
If you’re planning to move house soon, totally transforming your kitchen might not be worth it. Many buyers want to put their own stamp on a place, but they won’t want to replace a new kitchen. Refreshing it with cheaper updates might be the best way to make your home more appealing to prospective buyers.
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