This question can not be answered with a reliable number. A kitchen's price can be influenced by so many factors: its size, specific materials, finishes, accessories, etc.
1. Establish Your Budget
The goal and interest discussed with a designer is to find the best solution to your specific needs and to respect your budget. From the beginning, having a clear idea of your budget will help you make the most of your time studying a design that suits you.
2. Pay attention to the dimensions of your kitchen.
The bigger the space, the higher the cost. That's fairly obvious. Aside from dimensions, non-standard conditions such as crooked walls, square corners, structural columns or particularly small spaces need to be considered. This means that it is important to match the available space with what you need (wall cabinets, base cabinets, tall cabinets, appliances, work surfaces, possible islands or peninsulas). With these items in mind, it is possible to determine whether or not standard or a bespoke solution makes everything possible. Knowing the dimensions of the space, better yet with a reliable plan in hand, will make the kitchen layout, the number of elements required and possible custom choices easier to work with the designer.
Your Project manager will generally arrange a visit to measure the proposed kitchen space except in those cases where an architect is involved. Book a consultation.
3. Consider different materials.
A kitchen's cost can be greatly influenced by the quality of the selected materials.
In order to manage a kitchen's cost and obtain a quality result, fronts from the range of melamines or polymers should be selected, all much more attractive now than they were in the past.
Work surface materials. In terms of more economical laminates, kitchen "tops" in marble or technical materials can have a significant cost impact.
4. Choose your Appliances.
The cost of appliances can have a major impact on a kitchen's price. Choosing appliances in basic versions, or all of them for the whole kitchen by the same manufacturer, can help to keep costs under control. Ask about special offers that are often highly advantageous.
Consider also how you use appliances to measure what is really useful when you're in the kitchen, beyond personal desires and trends.
5. Think of the fittings.
Cabinet interior lighting, pull out trays, deep drawer accessories and recycling containers are just a few of the many accessories that you can add to a kitchen. All in all, they can drive up a kitchen's cost.
We suggest that you choose only those accessories that you really need based on how you use your kitchen. Here your designer can be of help. Just explain how you plan to use this space is all you need to do.
6. Double check the extras.
A quality kitchen manufacturer allows modifications to standard modules and selects retailers who provide top-quality support, home delivery, correct and accurate installation and consistent post-sales service. Each of these services has its own clear and easy policy to understand. It's best to get to know them beforehand: ask for more information from your retailer.