Keep your priorities in mind
A trick to examine and define your budget? Subdivide it in order of importance!
Once you identify the focal point of your project, you can understand which elements you need to invest more money in and which ones to consider as secondary.
Some examples? If you love cooking, invest in cooking tools (oven and other appliances) to fulfill this desire. If you like accessories and already have many to contribute to the new kitchen, look at useful, practical and even creative inclusive solutions.If design is your prerogative and you do not care about having latest generation appliances, you may choose to spend more to have a really beautiful and trendy kitchen.
Do not try to fill all the spaces
While defining the project, a number of square meters in the room may remain free.
In this case, do not add pieces of furniture such as shelves, wall units or bookcases, just to fill up those spaces even when they do not match the actual quantity of accessories to house.
How? Start from an estimate of the objects you have (pots, plates, glasses, etc.) to understand how much space you will actually need to contain them all suitably.