Project of the Month: September 2017

This freestanding covered patio with an outdoor kitchen and fireplace is the perfect retreat! Just a few steps away from the home, this covered patio is about 500 square feet.

The homeowner had an existing structure they wanted replaced. This new one has a custom built wood
burning fireplace with an outdoor kitchen and is a great area for entertaining.

The flooring is a travertine tile in a Versailles pattern over a concrete patio.

The outdoor kitchen has an L-shaped counter with plenty of space for prepping and serving meals as well as
space for dining.

The fascia is stone and the countertops are granite. The wood-burning fireplace is constructed of the same stone and has a ledgestone hearth and cedar mantle. What a perfect place to cozy up and enjoy a cool evening outside.

The structure has cedar columns and beams. The vaulted ceiling is stained tongue and groove and really
gives the space a very open feel. Special details include the cedar braces under the bar top counter, carriage lights on the columns and directional lights along the sides of the ceiling.

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ckussner79 added this to Shady shores Backyard2 days ago

Covered space. Skip the bar area

Bethany P. added this to Backyard18 May 2023

Not loving the traditional look. But like the bar top kinda

Donna Krzastek added this to Donnakrzastek@gmail.com9 May 2023

This is probably perfect size and needs of outdoor kitchen

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