Due to its outdoor nature, an Outdoor Kitchen and living space tend to be casual and informal. However, styling design differences can still make a space seem "rustic" to fit a rural space, or more "formal" to fit into a modern, urban space. This month, we are featuring the rustic look.
Attached is our featured project for the month of May to give you some ideas. Be sure to click the link to visit our website http://pioneerstoneart.com for the best effect and to see other great idea starters as well.
We hope to hear from you soon!
The Carriage House lights on the inviting entrance to this pavilion style shade cover / outdoor kitchen helps to integrate this structure into its rustic surroundings.
The downlights "inside" make certain that there is plenty of light to prepare food by day or night, and includes a built in grill, plumbing for a sink for food preparation and clean up, and wood burning fireplace for those cool nights. Grab a bottle of wine, pull up a chair, and warm both the body and the soul.
- Kevin Armstrong, Owner, Pioneer Stone Art Company
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