New kitchen costs

I'm this close to ordering all my shiny new stuff for my kitchen refurb, it all adds up and I'm feeling the strain! I can't really see where we can cut back our spending, I've hunted the net for all the best deals. I've got:

£3000 - Units (Wickes)
£1500 - Cooker, Fridge, Cooker hood, Glass splashback (Jual)
£1500 - Granite worktop (gotta have it!) (Diapol)
£400 - sink & tap (
£700 - Flooring (Lamwood flooring)

I also need a plumber to relocate the cooker and a plasterer to completely redo the whole kitchen.

Any tips on saving money when refurbing a kitchen?


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