|Landscape Done Right||April 24 th, 2022|
We know you have pictured it in your mind, dreamt about it, and maybe even planned it out. Are you ready to make that dream come true? As you look across your property, the time has finally come to install an outdoor kitchen. Friends, family, and neighbors all need a place where they can come to unwind, tell stories, and celebrate. Why not make your house the center of it all?
Having an outdoor kitchen custom designed and built brings with it hidden benefits that you might not immediately notice. Of course it will boost the property’s value, but that’s not all. Your home and landscape now become the gathering place. You can build deeper connections with those you know, reconnect with those who you lost touch, and form new connections. All from your backyard!
Although an outdoor kitchen is breathtaking once it is completed, the design and build process will take time to construct. Rome certainly was not built in a day. Lots of time goes into the design, layout, material choice, and meticulous construction, because nothing beats a custom-built space. That means your carefully hand-crafted design becomes a permanent fixture for years to come with all kinds of benefits.
As people have adapted to living their entire lives at home, outdoor spaces have become more like an extended room of the house – blurring the boundaries between indoor and outdoor living spaces. For many, this has meant as much time outside as possible. This could be carving out a quiet nook for outdoor working, creating a dedicated children’s play area away from the main house, or even designing an outdoor exercise space.
Not all outdoor spaces are created equal, though. You want the outdoor gathering place to compliment your home instead of clashing with it. For example, a fire pit may look better than a custom grill. Or, an outdoor fireplace with a chimney in a secluded area of your property may flow better than a fire pit in the middle of your yard. Design and placement details are critical, and the concept of “one size fits all” certainly does not apply.