The Process

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1.

Planning the Space

The great outdoor escape started with a vision to bring family and friends together through a world class culinary experience and luxurious relaxation. In this first step, the layout was planned. Then, the accessories, appliances and countertops were specified followed by the installation of gas, electrical, water and drainage.

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2.

Installing Deck and Cabinets

Once the space was planned planned, the deck tiles and railing by USI Designs was installed followed by the easy-to-install LOC Systems cabinetry. The cabinets were placed, leveled, glued and bolted together. From there, the cabinets were cut to prepare for the appliance installations and the custom bar back was installed.

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3.

Installing Appliances and Countertops

Local fabricator, ProGranite, installed and cut the Dekton by Cosentino countertops. Dekton was a great choice as it is able to withstand the unpredictable weather of the Pacific Northwest with style and luxury. Once the  Dekton counertops were installed, the installation of the state-of-the-art Hestan and Perlick outdoor appliances began. 

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4.

Installing Finishing Materials, & Surround

Eldorado's beautiful stone materials were used for the kitchen's surrounding material. Marenako's Rock Center provided the shower rock and ProGranite fabricated Dekton's outdoor shower walls. Finally, the team installed Ferguson's lighting and shower fixtures.

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5.

Finishing Touches 

& Photography

For the final touch, a beautiful seating section with a luxurious LOC Systems Talus fire bowl was added to the space. A local custom metal designer, Sawtooth Mountain Design created a custom metal bar back and stainless steel appliance trim. Once the project was completed, premiere lifestyle photographer, Doug Adams, captured the perfect shots of the great outdoor escape (view them here).

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