Mac-Bo recently completed the charming design and renovation of a kitchen in Portland's Irvington neighborhood. It's casually buttoned up appearance belies the extensive structural, mechanical, and cosmetic changes that brought it into the 21st century. The formerly cramped galley kitchen gained several precious feet in length when we removed a decommissioned chimney- something made possible by switching out an old water heater for a new high efficiency one. Old spaghetti style knob and tube wiring and rusting steel pipes were replaced with all new electrical and plumbing. The backsplash is made of a classic yet modern Pratt and Larson elongated hex tile and, in a nod to bistro design, we ran it all the way to the ceiling. Corian was the material of choice for the countertops and an unusually pale Marmoleum floor makes it surprisingly bright.
Give Mac-Bo a call and tell us your kitchen dreams. We will gladly make them a reality.