Our clients desired a beautiful outdoor space with the focus on cooking that was protected from the elements, allowing them to enjoy the space, and cooking area, year around.
Our goal, as with any project, was to make sure the finished project looked like it was original to the home. Extending the existing gable roof allowed us to accomplish this. The stained tongue and groove ceiling, beams, and end truss provided a rustic touch. Recessed lights were installed in the ceiling, along with several outlets for installation of additional lights.
Extra gas lines, for gas heaters, were installed along the beams, making the space usable year-around.
The grill components were manufactured by DCS and included a 48" gas grill with rotisserie, refrigerator, trash reciprocal, drawers, and side burner. A Traeger smoker rounded out the cooking area.
The countertop is Azul Celeste granite with a leathered finish, such a rustic/unique texture and beautiful in appearance.
The pavers and stonework complimented the dark stain as well as the stucco house yet provided enough contrast to create additional interest.
The finishing touches included a comfortable outdoor seating area and table.
This truly ended up as an outdoor oasis. A stunning, comfortable, spacious place to cook year around while enjoying Colorado's scenic beauty.