Here's how to get the most for your money in a $70,000 budget makeover.
By Erinn BucklanMore in Kitchen
Look beyond appliances with merely new features. At this price point, you're seeking out cosmetic add-ons like furniture features for a family-room look or more than one of the same appliance so you can dedicate each to a specific function. A trio of sinks relegates food prep, dirty dishes and a beverage station to separate areas while multiple refrigerator drawers make it easy for on-the-go kids to grab snacks and drinks. Additional items, like this stylish updraft vent hood from Bosch and built-in appliances ranging from an espresso machine to a vegetable steamer, are viable options for kitchens in this budget.
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