However, re-glazing is more expensive than purchasing a new style.In this case you can either keep the sink as clean as possible during showings (use a little Bar Keepers Friend and Magic Eraser), or replace the sink with an inexpensive one, but keep the porcelain one on display in the garage in case buyers are interested.
Then, switch out the hardware for something modern but simple.
Do add some backsplash tiles that coordinate with your kitchen’s theme.
These are usually large adhesive tiles that emulate other finishes, such as stone, wood, or pressed tin or copper.
Listings with “shaker cabinets” sold 45 days sooner for nearly 10 percent more.
Of course, buyer’s preferences vary, but new cabinets look good with every style.