earth-friendly Portland, Oregon bungalow kitchen after
Photo: Susan Seubert

Green and Livable

The original footprint was retained in this 1927 Portland, Oregon, bungalow kitchen, but the layout was transformed to accommodate a couple with two children and an interest in earth-friendly design.

Easy to install and maintain, recycled-aluminum tile covers counters that surround the basin and extend to meet butcher block flanking the range. Relocating a back door (formerly positioned in the path from sink to stove) allowed for better placement of the sink, range, and fridge, which are now positioned along two walls in an efficient, L-shaped layout.
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