Wood-Mode’s Brookhaven I walnut laminate kitchen cabinetry sports modern lines and a furniture-like look for up to 50% less than the company’s walnut veneer cabinets. www.wood-mode.com.
Your buyers may want to do their own landscaping, but the Portfolio path light—priced at $14—is a perk your buyers will love at a price everyone will be happy about. www.lowes.com.
WineKeep’s insulated modular wine storage rooms come with everything you need—including the refrigeration unit—to add a temperature-controlled wine cellar to your homes for a fraction of the cost of traditional units. www.winekeep.com.
The Nexia home automation system from Schlage offers wireless control of home security, lights, indoor climate, and much more, yet sports a price tag under a thousand dollars for a basic system. www.nexiahome.com.
Plumen 001 offers all the perks of standard low-energy light bulbs but adds a designer’s touch. While $30 is a significant sum for a light bulb, these whimsical units offer up to 80% savings on energy bills and artistic flair to boot. www.plumen.com.
If pricey quartzite countertops aren’t in the budget, you can still get the look with Waverton quartz surfacing from Cambria, an engineered stone option priced at $82 to $92 per square foot. www.cambriausa.com.
The Parma Single Handle Pre-Rinse Kitchen Faucet, from Danze, offers the look of similar high-end, industrial units. But while those cost nearly $2,000, Parma weighs in at just under $600. www.danze.com.
The Globe pendant from West Elm offers a polished, upscale aesthetic for less than $100. www.westelm.com.
Franke Luxury Products Group’s FF2500 faucet offers the clean lines of a modern, minimalist aesthetic but in a classic silhouette, and is priced from about $600. www.franke.com.