Smith Kitchen

2011, February 28th

This family came to Mac-Bo with their need to open up their cramped, and well used kitchen.  The home, built in 1947, had seen at least one remodel before the Mac-Bo team got their hands on it.  The wall separating the kitchen from the dining room had to go, as well as the drop ceiling and soffits.



The design included an engineer specified beam to replace the wall, which allowed the kitchen to be open to the dining and living areas.  The sink remained in the same location, but the dishwasher and range traded places.  This allowed having a large granite peninsula for preparation surface accesible from both the kitchen and dining room sides.  The hardwood floors were extended into the kitchen space, and beautiful Hard Rock Maple cabinets were installed.  The lighting was significantly improved by adding undercabinet lighting, recessed can lights, and three pendants over the peninsula.  Other improvements include a tile and stainless steel backsplash, and a stainless steel appliance package.


Mac-Bo is proud to include this project among one of it's most successful small kitchen remodels.



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