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Perri Ormont Blumberg
February 7, 2019
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Thinking of renovating your kitchen this year? White kitchens, colorful kitchens, modern kitchens, classic kitchens, cottage-style kitchens, how's a gal ever to choose?

Well, before you dive into backsplashes and countertops, perhaps it's best to take a step back and think about your budget. In 2019, a kitchen remodel could set you back quite a bit. According to popular home wesbsite Houzz, kitchens "command the highest median spend in home remodels" — which amounts to $11,000 — based on their survey of 1,337 U.S. homeowners. For those undergoing a major remodel of a kitchen of 200+ square-feet, that figure shoots up to a whopping $33,000 for national median spend.

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The survey also found that countertops were the most popular feature to replace during a kitchen redesign (93%), followed by all or some appliances (88% combined total), and backsplash (87%). Out of their survey respondents, 35% of homeowners enlarged their kitchen during the renovation process.

Other popular upgraded features include sinks (85%), faucets/plumbing fixtures (83%), light fixtures (80%), cabinets (78%), and flooring (69%). Built-in specialty storage for kitchen cabinets also were common with cookie/sheet/tray (54%), deep drawer (41%) and spice storage (38%) being the most popular cabinet upgrades. What would Marie Kondo think?

Read more on the trends survey on Houzz.com here.