The kitchen is one of the most important rooms in a house. It needs to be practical and functional enough for you to get the most out of it. You can embark on a** renovation project **to make your kitchen fit your needs. Still, it is a big project that can take a lot of time and money. Here are the different factors you need to consider to know the price of a kitchen renovation.

Price of the renovation plan

An entire kitchen renovation is a project that requires a lot of knowledge and professionalism. That’s why it is recommended to call a kitchen designer or an interior decorator. He will design a renovation plan that will meet your expectations. This preliminary diagnosis followed by a 3D design plan has its cost. This type of animation with images generally costs 100 to 800 €. You can therefore take into account the dimensions of your kitchen to determine how much yours will cost.

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Price of kitchen demolition

Demolition is a step in the renovation process that is only necessary if you want to part with certain elements. This way, you can start from the beginning with the configuration of your new kitchen. It is even possible to destroy all the existing framework to start on a new basis. This demolition process also has a cost that varies between 2100 € and 3200 €.

Price of materials

The materials used to renovate the kitchen vary according to individual tastes.

The countertop

Some people prefer wood to tiles while others prefer to buy granite or even marble. Wood is a very functional natural material that goes in all types of kitchens. It is also the most affordable option in terms of flooring. There are different types of wood, but the most common ones usually cost between €10 and €90 per square meter. Note that marble and granite are much more expensive. They cost at least 40 € and can go up to 150 € per square meter. The advantage with these materials that cost 4 times more is that they are heavier and more resistant. They offer an incredible aesthetic result.

The floor

If you want to change your floor during your renovation, you must choose one that matches your style of decoration. The different types of flooring are:

  • wood ;
  • concrete ;
  • steel.

The most** common floors **are made of wood and concrete. Wooden floors even come in several different models. Pine, for example, costs between €44 and €85 per square meter. Chestnut costs €65 to €95 and oak €76 to €130 per square meter. Each material offers a different look. It is up to you to choose according to your needs. As for the concrete floor, its selling price and installation price are often confused. It will finally cost you between 80 € and 180 € per square meter.

Furniture and appliances

To renovate a kitchen, it is often necessary to renovate all the appliances and furniture in it. This means taking new cabinets, shelves, a fridge, a stove, a microwave, etc.. The budget for this part of the renovation varies depending on the size of the furniture and the brand of appliances used. For a standard kitchen equipment, you should nevertheless plan between 700 and 3000 €. For a lower standard kitchen, you can spend less, while for a high-end kitchen you need to plan more.

Apart from the countertop, flooring, furniture and appliances, you should also consider the cost of electricity and plumbing. Buying new lighting and plumbing fixtures will cost you a small amount. This depends on the quality of the materials used.

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Cost of labour

Labor costs a lot in renovation projects, especially when it comes to the kitchen. The installation of the various coverings costs between 30 € and 50 € per square meter. While that of the furniture does not usually exceed 70 €. There is also the plumbing, electricity and painting work that comes into play. You can spend a total of 100 to 200 € in labor to** renovate your kitchen** and make it to your taste.

All in all, the price of kitchen renovation varies greatly from one project to another. That’s why there are a few things to consider before you start renovating.