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Wondering how to add Value to your home? Better Homes and Gardens says upgrading these few things in your kitchen is a great start!
1. Add a Kitchen Island
2. Update, Paint, or Replace Cabinets
3. Upgrade Appliances
4. Replace Countertops
5. Add a Multi-purpose Work Area
Real estate investor and home flipper Donald Olhausen says adding a kitchen island is one of the best ways to increase the value of your kitchen when embarking on renovations. "Kitchen islands are highly sought out by potential buyers, tend to add more counter and storage space, and can really make a kitchen feel bigger than it is," explains Olhausen. "It's also an incredibly safe investment because it's a trend that's not likely to go out of style."
Another one of Olhausen's favorite ways to increase the value of a kitchen is to update the cabinets. "Whether painting cabinets, updating hardware, or completely changing them out, this is a sure way to completely change the look of a kitchen," explains Olhausen. "Today's buyers tend to focus on storage and favor cabinets with good aesthetic appeal."
By investing in quality, high-performance appliances now, you will reap the benefits for years to come with perfectly cooked and baked foods, and when it comes time to sell your home, those professional-grade appliances will be a major selling point to any buyer. Stainless-steel appliances, which have been wildly popular for years now, remain the go-to option for countless homeowners. Beatrice de Jong, broker and consumer trends expert for Opendoor, says they continue to be the best bet when it comes to adding value to a kitchen.
Twenty years ago, granite was all the rage, but today, few people want dark, speckled countertops. Give your kitchen a brighter look with new white or light, neutral quartzite or porcelain countertops, which have been trending for the past year or more. No matter which updated material you select, countertops are an important investment and one that makes a significant difference in the appearance of your kitchen and its resale value. Updated countertops will give your kitchen an elevated and modern look.
Increasing the functionality of your kitchen by adding a desk area or a multipurpose zone is an increasingly popular way to add value to kitchens amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as many people are still spending the majority of their time at home. We see immense short-term and long-term value in adding functional spaces to the kitchen to improve quality of life and overall functionality."