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  • A Stylish Transformation

    Two homeowners add comfort and sophistication to their splendid Portsmouth Victorian

    Designer Mari Woods, of Mari Woods Kitchen Bath Home, LLC in Portsmouth, worked in close collaboration with the owner to incorporate texture and style. in the small, downstairs powder room, the owners used Portoro marble, a rare black marble veined with golden yellow threads that became the driver for the art deco décor. “The black mirrors create a dark, moody feel, and the gold and black wallpaper really complements it,” Woods says. “It’s dramatic and fun.

    By Carrie Sherman | With photography by Morgan Karanasios | Nov-Dec 2018

    Read at New Hampshire Home

  • Preserving Peavey’s Hardware

    Condo hits the market

     Jackson used the pulley to haul Brady’s 1,000-pound stainless refrigerator into the kitchen that was designed by Mari Woods Kitchen in the same Market Street building. Hanging it from antique beams required scaffolding and staging, Jackson said.

    By Elizabeth Dinan | June 2017

    Read at Seacoast Online

  • Artful Kitchen

    The Music Hall Kitchen Tour celebrates 25 years

    Walk into this condo overlooking the Piscataqua River in downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and you would think the layout had always been this way—a long, rectangular room seamlessly flowing from kitchen to living room to stunning view, complete with a balcony. But before designer Mari Woods and the new owners got involved, the space was broken into three little rooms—a study, a galley kitchen, and a dining room. Redoing the kitchen, on display for the 25th Annual Music Hall Kitchen Tour, involved completely gutting the condo.

    By Allison Knab | May 2016

    Read at Coastal Home

  • Cookin' Up Inspiration

    Innovative storage on the Music Hall Kitchen Tour

    Kirsten Barton needed a hardworking kitchen. With three kids ages 11, 13, and 15, who are all involved in numerous activities, plus one lively dog, she wanted a kitchen that was streamlined and durable yet also stylish. Thanks to some personal research and the aid of Portsmouth designer Mari Woods of Mari Woods Kitchen, Bath, Home, she achieved a modern kitchen with clean lines and cool hues that easily handles whatever family life dishes out.

    By Crystal Ward Kent |  May 2017

    Read at Coastal Home