Back in October, Lady Gaga plopped down a cool $23 Million for a 10,000+ square foot Malibu mansion. While the entire house is beautiful, amazing, and sprawling (complete with a “Bat Cave Bowling Alley”), our favorite room is the kitchen. Naturally, this got us thinking about price – how much did this kitchen cost to build and is there any way it can be replicated on a regular person’s budget?

To see if this was possible, we dug deep into our data and tapped into the knowledge of our in-house home improvement expert, Jason Kyser. First, based on our data, we know that the average price of a kitchen remodel in the US is $50,500. Jason estimates that including material and labor, Lady Gaga’s kitchen cost around $139,000 to build. Is it possible to build this beautiful kitchen within the $50k range? According to Jason, it can be done for $48,971.22.

Here’s how:

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For a closer look at these items and where to buy them, please refer to our handy buyers guide below (specific links to products below the guide):


Buyer’s Guide With Links:


Hampton Bay 5-Light Matte Black Chandelier: Home Depot


Chambers Creek Dining Table:


Antique Black Schoolhouse Barstool: Cost Plus World Market


Quartz Countertop in Lagoon: Home Depot


Jenn-Air French-Door Bottom Freezer Refrigerator: Sears Outlet


Kaska Porcelain Tile – Aztec Series: BuildDirect

Cabinets + Hardware

Custom Cabinets

1-3/16″ Cabinet Knob, Satin Nickel: Nob


Antiqued Metal Funnel Pendant: Restoration Hardware

Stove + Hood

Kenmore Elite 40″ Double-Oven Dual-Fuel Range w/Convection: Sears

Windster 40″ RA-35 Under Cabinet Range Hood: Sears 

Sinks + Hardware:

Clark™ Stainless Steel Equal Double Bowl Sink: Costco

American Standard Hampton Undermount Gooseneck Faucet with Spray, Satin Nickel: Amazon


Stacking Armchair – Light Brown: Pier 1 Imports

Display cabinet

Five Colonies Cabinet: Coleman Furniture


Photo source: The Agency

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