Pull & Replace Kitchen Remodel- $86,600
Lovely pull and replace kitchen remodel in the Lakeshore area in Tallahassee, Florida. These owners liked their kitchen layout and style but needed an update.
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This project is what we call a ‘pull and replace remodel‘. The main goal was to update the cabinets, upgrade the countertops to quartz, and added several large drawer bases for better organization. The home owners liked their existing layout and style of their kitchen, but wanted to update the storage and replace their worn countertops and cabinetry.
Design Services & Material Project Cost
Good Better Best Budget: $77,145
During our original design and budget consult we created a design that met all of their needs and fit their budget.
Final Contract Price: $84,700
The final contract price came in about $7500 over budget because we ended up adding on a laundry room remodel to this project that we didn’t originally plan for in the budgeting phase. Had we not added the laundry room, we would have came in on budget.
Change Orders: $1,900
Once the kitchen and laundry room remodels started, the homeowner decided to continue his existing flooring into the laundry room. This was the only change order on this project.
Final Project costs: $86,600
These laundry room and laundry room flooring added on about $9500 to their original budget.
Picture of the completed kitchen remodel.
Picture of the Laundry Room after the remodel
Design Project Goals
- Add functional/accessible storage
- Add a stand alone cook top and a built in microwave
- Update finishes while maintaining a similar design style
- Add a large sink and a wood hood
- Add a wash station sink
- Continue flooring from kitchen
- Add ample extra storage
- Match kitchen door style and counter tops
Fixtures and Materials Used
Bathrooms & Flooring:
- Cabinets are 1600 series from Bellmont Cabinets. We use their Lineage door made from Cherry finished with a bourbon stain.
- All of the cabinet hardware came from Top Knobs. The cup pulls are the Charlotte Cup pulls and the knobs are the Browning Round Knobs.
- Quartz countertops and backsplash from Cambria, the color is Ella
- The kitchen faucet is the Tails Loop Single Handle Semi-Pro Kitchen Faucet from Hansgrohe
- The pot filler is the Tails S Wall Mounted Double Jointed Pot filler also by Hansgrohe.
- Undercabinet lighting from Task Lighting is the Sempria Series.
It sounds too good to be true but this project was challenge-less! The owner new exactly what he wanted and the project ran smoothly from start to finish.
Our Favorite Things:
- The matching quartz backsplash. So seemeless!
- Touch to Open Trash Pullout (hands free)
- The look and feel of the same flooring throughout the entire home.
- The immense amount of storage in both the kitchen and the laundry room
Pull & Replace Kitchen Remodel; With a Laundry Room Remodel Add-On
The great part about a pull and replace remodel is the simplicity of everything! We demoed the previous cabinets and counters and put in beautiful new ones.
One of the updates that the kitchen didn’t have before that we added is the several large drawer bases. Drawer bases are much more functional and accessible. They are great for plates, pots and pans, and small appliances. Drawer bases also mean no more getting on your hands and knees to get things!
Another cool feature from the kitchen remodel was the moving of the microwave off of the counter and into a built in cabinet. This not only provides a custom look, but allowed us to add the beautiful wood hood over the range.
Both the kitchen and laundry room have a considerably large square footage. This requires a ton of cabinetry. The kitchen had 26 cabinets and the laundry room had 12 cabinets. That’s a lot of cabinetry!
In the laundry room we added all new cabinetry and added quartz countertops that match the kitchen. If you notice, the cabinet door style is also the same as the kitchen’s door style. Instead of going with a wood stain, they went with a white painted door instead. Another change we made to the laundry room was removing the dated laundry tub. That had to go! In it’s place we added a beautiful sink and centered it on the wall.
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