The great outdoor products
Optimising the outdoors is a priority for families that spend more time at-home, and that do more outdoor entertaining. The backyard can be host or home to several must-have products so you can make the most of your outdoor space.
The concept of having a backyard kitchenette means to have an outdoor fridge, a barbecue, a prep station, and possibly, a smoker or pizza maker. Fitting these pieces into an enclave adds a nice, sleek appearance.
Feature walls have grown in popularity. In terms of materials, Indiana limestone is trendy, or even exterior tiles, or porcelain, for walls, feature walls, and countertops.
The Napoleon Prestige Pro 825 is the Rolls Royce of backyard BBQs. Everything is at your fingertips; you would be able to make a lot of different things simultaneously. It does the trick, if you’re someone who entertains regularly.
A 10-burner BBQ will cost you $5,000; a 6-burner is around a thousand. A cost-effective pizza oven, such as the Weber, is a couple hundred dollars.
It’s a great idea to have a pergola above the BBQ, to keep the sun to a minimum. It’s also a look for 2018, to have these stone façade walls, a pergola. a BBQ, and kitchenette, set in area.
As far as decks, I’m a big believer in concrete or stone, as opposed to wood, because it’s going to last the longest. It’s not cheap, though. If you use Trex, a composite plastic, it’s going to last a lifetime, is less pricey, and low maintenance.
Outdoor sound systems are fashionable, as well. A lot of people opt for Sonos Wireless Speakers, which connect to Wi-Fi, so they
can listen to music, outside or in.