Skip to main content Skip to footer

Which adds more value in the long run?

New kitchen or new bathroom? Would a modern fitted kitchen still be modern in 10 years time? White bathroom suites don't seem to date, but do kitchens date even in this small amount of time?

Asked on Jun 13 2011, Home Improvement in Manchester | Report content

Answers (4)

Was this question useful? Yes 3 No 0

Sort by: Oldest | Recent | Highest rated

  • A kitchen adds more value in my opinion. Kitchen choice is usually very personal, one persons dream kitchen is another’s nightmare. Quality will last and if choosing a kitchen with a view to selling, white, cream or a more neutral colour wood could be more widely acceptable. But it is down to personal choice and what you can live with until the time comes to sell.

    Answered on Jun 13 2011, Report content
  • Neither ... new carpets and paint .... half the cost twice the increase in value .. listen to your Uncle Chrissy

    Answered on Jun 13 2011, Report content
  • Agree with the answers above, it is very dependant on personal taste, however you may find that using more neutral colours will allow you to sell your property quicker.

    Answered on Jun 14 2011, Report content
  • Cheers Uncle Herby and others..neutral will be what we will go for, although we feel a nice kitchen is a must as we won't be selling for a very long time yet!!!

    Answered on Jun 14 2011, Report content

Didn't find what you were looking for? Ask a question

More Home Improvement in Manchester questions on AskMe

See more AskMe Q&A about Home Improvement