This three-side design allows us to create a useful space on a deck or in the yard. The back corners of the backyard that often become empty or unused space is a perfect spot for the outdoor kitchen to attract attention and make the space useful.
This Outdoor Kitchen utilizes an Alfresco Infrared built in BBQ Grill, additional built in sear burner and a built in double side burner range top. Non-UL refrigeration is a common choice to save money on a built in refrigerator and is safe because grill islands are custom built of non-combustible materials. This unit is finished with a granite countertop and the always popular dry stacked ledgestone.
Dry stack ledge stone is a cultured stone product. Sections of stone and made of real stone but tinted and cut to create the design of stacked stones. I have had clients insist on using real stone but that is often a different look. Many housing communities use stone facias on clubhouses and guard gates but a close inspection of the stone work shws large grout lines or gaps that show through to the wall below. Many homeowners who have seen this design from far away start off insisting on using individual stones, stacked. The look of the wall up close in an outdoor kitchen is very different from the design seen from 100 yards away. Dry-stacked cultured stone has 16 different designs with varied tintings and textures.