In early days, kitchen would often be an afterthought. The kitchen style would look like an imitation of those in other homes. Ventilation shafts, exhaust, counter-tops, oven position, marble slabs; they would all appear a mirror image. Much has changed since then and new kitchens come with new ideas. There is every chance you wish to sell your old kitchen. Here is the thick and thin of it.
Elaborate your kitchen style
You need to take good snaps from all angles; mainly the cutting angles. For better returns, take a few from outside the window or a room sneaking into your kitchen. Show the kitchen in better light and this creates a fashionable first impression. Make sure that everything is in working order; from sink to hooks, the cooking area to dishwasher.
Make subtle additions
If you yourself don’t fancy the kitchen theme, it is very much possible that you get the same reactions elsewhere. Give the movable portions a new look with a little varnish or a spat of color. Add a few hooks or sliders in the base cabinet. If you may, add some more space to the central slab meant for carrying the currently cooked material.
Which old kitchen is the most convenient?
It is no rocket science that you will find timber or wooden kitchen the easiest to shift lock, sink and barrel. The wooden portions are not only easy to dissemble; you can get the task done professionally at minimum cost. The prices will rise if it is a concrete design.
Dissemble the kithcen in whole
Create full space for your new kitchen by dissembling your old kitchen in all its entity. You should not carry relegated fragrance and the best way is to start bare by scratching the old kitchen from existence. Of course, the greater space you have, the easier it gets to plan kitchen design anew.
What price to expect?
If you happen to have a unique old kitchen setup, you are staring at profits. However, if the look is largely traditional, it will fetch you less and will also be harder to get away with. Keep an eye on really interested buyers – they may be relevant remodeling shops or a ramshackle converter. You are likely to bag something in the range of $1000 to $2500 based on what you have got in your kitty.
Be clear with the buyers, don’t hide any information and run to the bank.
Do you fancy spacious traditional kitchen and why?