Kitchen Pricing


Kitchen pricing is all about thinking where you need to spend and where you need to save. For example, professional installation may cost a little more, but in the long run it will save you from the errors of poor workmanship. Also, if you have your heart set on a more expensive worktop option, choosing doors such as melamine provide a good cost-saving alternative to other options such as 2-pack paint or timber.

Here are three simple ways to save:

• Ask your kitchen designer or cabinet maker about current special offers

• Can you keep or move your older kitchen appliances, fixtures or accessories and replace them at a later date or treat them as an upgrade later on?

• Don’t replace kitchen items that are in good condition, for example, do you need to replace your appliances? Can you keep the frame of your existing cabinetry?


It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of planning and skip over the costs which can stack up if you’re unprepared. It’s important to set a clear and achievable budget for your project early and stick to it as much as possible.


When you have a rough idea of what you want done and what you have to spend, talk to the professionals. They’ll help you see whether your goals are achievable against the kitchen pricing have set. Remember to obtain a few quotes in the process as prices can vary. Hiring a professional designer and fabricator will help you effectively plan and ultimately achieve your desired result within budget, but remember, kitchens can often cost more than people expect rather than less, so ensure that you consider all the requirements carefully.

All done, now is a great time to talk to a professional to get some feedback and a quote!