Kitchen Just Finished

Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by getthenet, Jun 29, 2008.

  1. getthenet

    getthenet LawnSite Member
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    Just wanted to share some pics of this kitchen. I love doing jobs like this. Give me your inputs. thanks. Here is before.

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  2. getthenet

    getthenet LawnSite Member
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    During the project.

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  3. getthenet

    getthenet LawnSite Member
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    Some pics after, including the gate.

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  4. CALandscapes

    CALandscapes LawnSite Senior Member
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    I hate you...:cool2:

    Ha.. I'm dying to get in to constructing outdoor kitchens (and pools)....

    Looks great.

    Mind me asking ball-park figures on that job?
     
  5. Mike33

    Mike33 LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Looks nice, what kind of products did you use. Im working on a kitchen my self for my self ( see first paver install thread )
    Mike
     
  6. getthenet

    getthenet LawnSite Member
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    I used simsstone pavers (cumberland cobble) and the bars are made of simsstone (plantation).
     
  7. getthenet

    getthenet LawnSite Member
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    Columns are simply called column stone by sims, and the walls are made of creta stone. The firepit is made of phyzique. The pergola is western cedar. The bar top is the same as the floor material (cumberland cobble). For my column caps, I used grande, which is a paver measuring 13" x 13". Four of these fit perfectly on the column top.
     
  8. oakhillslandscaping

    oakhillslandscaping LawnSite Senior Member
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    wow that looks awsome
     
  9. PerfiCut L&L

    PerfiCut L&L LawnSite Senior Member
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    Looks good. What did you use for the firepit? any construction pics?

    Also, are those cidner blocks you used under the walkway?
     
  10. neversatisfiedj

    neversatisfiedj LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Great work. How did you reinforce the columns holding the gates ?
     

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