Below we present 5 different price ranges for designing a kitchen and for each we explain what affects the costs, what we can afford and what we have to give up. There is no shortage of ingenious tips and advice from Houzz professionals . An example? Opt for a steel film, a sort of coating, rather than choose a total steel kitchen or, if budgets are low, customize thanks to the color, perhaps choosing a shade that recalls the flooring.

Square
meters With this figure it is possible to create medium-sized kitchens, approximately 3 / 3.5 linear meters.

What to pay particular attention to
In addition to the materials, the thickness of the top, that of the doors and the type of hinges also affect costs.

What to give up
If we think about finishes and materials, to keep costs down it is possible to opt for a washable nail polish. An original idea that can customize your rooms is also this: applying stickers to the walls.

There are brands that, with low costs, can modify standard proposals. A solution that allows you to respond to small needs, without reaching the personalization of the entire project. There are also carpenters on the market who can apply small changes to large-scale retail products. For example, they can adapt a purchased cabinet to the actual measures available.

However, electric ovens with steam cooking or refrigerators with particular functions will have to be dispensed with. The appliances in these kitchens generally have basic functions. Figures thus contained, however, (and this is the good news) may instead include the advice of a professional (which for small interventions can be around 800 / 1,000 euros) .

Materials
Generally they are melamine kitchens, suitable for both doors and tops. On the other hand, prices increase (even triple) with lacquers (glossy and matt) and laminates. Among the cheapest solutions there are melamine, suitable for both the structure and the doors.