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Project Spotlight - Jan. 2021

It may be January, but if you are looking for an improved outdoor living space for the Spring, now is the time to start planning. Hanging outside with good weather, good food and a cold drink doesn’t get any better, unless you’ve got an outdoor kitchen.

The cost of building an outdoor kitchen, much like an indoor kitchen renovation, varies depending on the materials, footprint, and appliances you choose. This outdoor kitchen design included a bar area, seating, storage, grills, sink and prep counter perfect for serving up drinks or prepping food. The client chose a clean, contemporary color palette with dark countertops and stainless-steel appliances.

The television mounted high in the corner gives everyone, from the bar area to the pool, a chance to watch the game. The arches of this home frame the gorgeous view of the water and the wood ceiling adds interest and depth.

Guests love the feeling of an indoor space that opens to the outdoors and will be begging to come over for a barbecue! Whether you’re interested in a full outdoor kitchen or just want to make a few improvements, ensure that the outdoor products you’re selecting are built to weather the elements. Many outdoor "all-weather" kitchen appliances cost more than indoor models, but their durability is worth the upfront investment.

If you’re interested in creating your own outdoor oasis, the Ramos team will work with you each step of the way, from initial design consultation to final installation, to make sure it’s everything you dreamed it would be.

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