With health concerns over the spread of the Zika virus, and enormous amount interest has been generated by the marketing of new devices designed to attract, then either trap or kill, mosquitoes. Continue reading “Mosquito Control for your Outdoor Kitchen“
I’m hoping the skies will cooperate in SWFL and not be too cloudy. The perfect place to view the eclipse may have been put together by National Geographic and Airbnb. Continue reading “Airbnb and National Geographic found the perfect place to watch the eclipse“
Contemporary concrete surfaces have advanced since the introduction of coloring and stamping in the 1950’s.
KAZA, founded in Szentendre, Hungary, has some of the most amazing collections of concrete tile. Continue reading “Kaza Concrete Tile“
This might be one the best executed kitchen fireplaces I’ve come across in a long time.
This fireplace in the kitchen creates a deliciously rich and romantic ambiance, filling the space with instant warmth and character.
This low fire element will add warmth and a delightful crackle to the ears. It will be more enjoyable to the guests than the chef but it’s a great example for an open plan house. I think this could also provide inspiration for an outdoor kitchen design.
From low to the ground to an elevated hearth with a linear burner., this fire element adds drama and can be enjoyed from every vantage point. Hopefully there is a large pantry nearby.
The large stone fireplace is balanced nicely by the large open windows. This fireplace could have felt too heavy for the room if the natural light wasn’t present from the windows and the skylight.