Remodeling your kitchen, bathroom, or living space is a financial commitment. Even the smallest updates can cost thousands of dollars. Whether you’re doing a complete or partial renovation, there are ways to maximize your creativity and stay within budget.You can find more affordable alternatives that look like the real thing and are just as durable.

Work With a Professional Designer or Builder

One thing you don’t really want to cross off your list is a good designer or builder. Cuisines Nuenza team is comprised of experienced interior designers, builders, carpenters, and cabinetmakers who have spent decades perfecting their craftsmanship and professionalism. Our staff will help you determine the most affordable way of achieving your desired aesthetic without going overboard.

Consider Alternative Flooring Options

Hardwood is a timeless flooring option that adds luxury, refinement, and style to any room. However, hardwood can be an expensive update. For kitchen remodels, consider using a more affordable material that can withstand hot and cold spills much better than traditional hardwood but cost much less. Laminate or tile comes in all shapes and sizes, but if you have your heart set on the wood look, you’d be happy to know that both options offer plenty of wood designs.

Finding Value in Unexpected Places

Your kitchen or bathroom remodel should be a reflection of your tastes. If you’re planning on living in your home for at least five years, you should be focusing on updates that make you happy, not the next homeowner. If there is something you’ve always wanted to feature in your home but haven’t been able to find, consider searching for building materials at garage sales, vintage shops, and antique dealers. Stained glass lighting, antique copper tubs, and art-deco fixtures may not be of the modern style, but they will transform your kitchen or bathroom into a living space that is uniquely you.

Cuisines Nuenza will help you design the room of your dreams. Contact us for a free estimate or come and visit our Montreal showroom today.