Hmm … let’s ponder that for a moment.
How about an outdoor porch patio, right off your kitchen or living room, that extends and expands the usable square footage inside and outside your home? Yep – that’s a great idea.
Okay, but what about if Mother Nature decided to get a little feisty and decided to suddenly rain on you while you’re out there enjoying your new patio. Or, what if she lets the sun get just a little too intense for your comfort?
No problem. Archadeck can throw some shade on it with a custom patio cover – and your choices for this protection are virtually endless, depending on your taste, need, and budget.
But what is that? You hate flying insects – especially blood sucking mosquitoes? No problem. We got your back. Screening in the farthest right extremity of the patio, now that it is covered above, will provide the perfect foundation for a screen patio solution. Smart, right?
Did I Mention That The Homeowner Loves To Cook?
Easy buddy, you can’t throw us a curve ball. An L-shaped outdoor kitchen is just what the doctor ordered for extra value now and in the future.
In the center of this incredible outdoor kitchen design is a Big Green Egg, the crowing emerald jewel of this “I want it” outdoor kitchen.
Since its 1970s debut, the Big Green Egg has maintained its status as a backyard cultural phenomenon. For the uninitiated, let’s just say that this ceramic beast of a charcoal grill and smoker has hatched numerous copycat cookers and die-hard devotees who call themselves Eggheads. We’re not judging.
But the original is still the best.
So Here’s What Else Is Cooking In The Outdoor Kitchen
Left to right in the L-shaped outdoor kitchen space, we have a brand new griddle perfect for pancakes. Alfresco breakfast anyone?
Next to it is a generously size outdoor refrigerator from Blaze to keep juices, sodas, lemonade, and canned soda at the ready – nice and frosty.
To the right of the Egg is a five burner Blaze outdoor gas grill with plenty – and we mean plenty – of storage areas below it and adjacent to it.
This Dallas outdoor kitchen was built using natural Chopped Stone in the color Austin Nicotine. The counter tops are Buff Lueders Stone with a hand chiseled finish – quite a nice touch we think.
For natural wood architectural accents, the posts are cedar with cedar framing for the screened porch, and the oil-based stain is dark walnut.
Screened Or Wide Open, Outdoor Dining Is Redefined
To the left of the screened patio, the open air patio space with a covered 29-foot by 15-foot shed roof comfortably holds a six seater dining table. Adjacent to it, the family and their guests can also enjoy food and drink in the relaxed seating area, complete with a custom fireplace to take care of those chilly Dallas evenings.
The Question Is, “Are You Ready To Meet To Create Your Dream Outdoor Living Oasis?”
If your answer is “Yes!,” then connect with us right here to schedule your complimentary design consultation. Our team looks forward to hearing from you.
Agustin and Amanda Garza, owners Archadeck of Northeast Dallas.