2,647 wood fired pizza ovens Home Design Photos

Applegate Tran Interiors
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Applegate Tran Interiors
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Double Oven: Miele Coffee System: Miele Speed Oven: Miele Warming Drawer: Miele Dishwasher: Miele Hood: Independent Hood Wood Oven: Mugnaini Wine Storage and Drawer Refrigerator: Subzero Island Counter: Sea Foam Granite from ASN Stone Perimeter Countertop: Caesar Stone Backsplash: Lochness Green
extraordinary. Pizza oven, built in coffee maker, steamer, double convection ovens, 6 burner pro style cooktop, 48 inch refrigerator, 2 refrigerator drawers, 2 dishwashers, wine refrigerators etc... Contrasting materials like the heavy dark steel and granite were used with soft, natural materials to create
brick oven and a speed oven as well as a pantry that is connected to the kitchen were used. There are also two islands in the kitchen which serves different functions. One is used mainly for prepping and cleaning while the other is used as a serving area and a place to gather. Every inch of space
“pizza oven” — kbarnettlda
Southview Design
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Cooking in a Wood-fired Oven is Easy
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in a Wood-fired Oven is Easy
This wood-fired oven got some attention when this picture was included in a Houzz article. This paver patio with stone inlay and the oven in the corner is set in an urban setting. This is a simple oven sitting atop modular wall block. There are more elaborate ovens with stone surrounds but they don't
outdoor pizza oven- check building code if possible though
like how the patio pavers match the stone inlay of the pizza oven.
Simplicity of the fire pit and the wood burning oven
Pizza oven in a courtyard? Yes? --- That is sweet, reminds me of the ovens I've been checking out. --- I think I'd want it to be mobile, but still classy.
indoor wood-burning oven, consider carving out a bit of space in the yard to build a smaller version. Regardless of whether you opt for an indoor or outdoor pizza oven, always check your local building codes and speak with the building inspector before starting your project. Some municipalities do not
“patio” — mimifor2
Ford Creative Group
Chef's Kitchen
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species of wood are these cabinets?
Wood-fired oven - manufacturer, specifications, install?
Tell me about the wood fired oven. We want to incorporate one in our kitchen. How much room do I need? How deep is the oven? Do you know the manufacturer?
brick oven for pizza inside my kitchen?
Where did you find the range hood? Did you customize the wood top box
Is there a double oven attached to the cooktop or is this a drop-in cooktop? Either way, what is the brand? Also, what is the under-counter appliance to the right of the sink under the window?
oven is a wood fire oven produced by Mugnaini. It is an authentic Italian wood burning oven. For more information you may research their products at www.mugnaini.com. There are various sizes of ovens available. This particular oven is model #100 with an interior dimension of 40". The oven is quite large
“Pizza corner” — carlylk
Loudon Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Mugnaini
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Outdoor Hip Roof Wood Fired Pizza Ovens
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Hip Roof Wood Fired Pizza Ovens
outdoor oven for your backyard, garden, poolside or patio. Mugnaini outdoor pizza ovens are the ideal centerpiece for alfresco dining and entertaining. Pick from a variety of shapes and sizes, and create the ultimate open-air kitchen with a Mugnaini wood fired oven. www.mugnaini.com
“This is so cool” — lindakiefat
Mugnaini
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Indoor Wood Fired Pizza Ovens
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indoor wood fired oven gives you unlimited options for dining and entertaining, while creating a warm ambiance in your kitchen or dining room. Mugnaini indoor pizza ovens make it easy to cook everything from appetizers to desserts. Choose from a variety of shapes and sizes to add style and luxury to your
Wood fire oven, but not so dark.
The oven and the openness of the room
I love the idea of a wood burning oven in the kitchen, along with double conventional ones!
“Pizza oven” — darylgrieger
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
27 Reviews
Pendergast
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fireplace, pizza oven, outdoor kitchen, Ice chest, outdoor living area, pick nick tables, outdoor lights, exterior design, built in BBQ, Paver patio, hardscaping,
How did you make this pizza oven? Do you have specs?
Incorporates outdoor fireplace, kitchen and pizza oven
THIS is neat! I love the wood fire "oven" and
“pizza oven” — jamesjcurtis
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
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Aptos
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BBQ AND OVEN... WHERE DID YOU GET THOSE LIGHTS?
If you would like more information about pizza ovens for outdoor kitchens, please look at our profile. You can also contact us via twitter @brickovenmaker www.renatos.com toll-free: 866-575-6316
Can I get More information on the pizza oven
awesome outdoor kitchen . love the oven
cut hole into fire place above for pizza oven etc....
stack of wood below the contemporary fire pit. The bench on the side adds seating while keeping the view open.
tanks), pizza ovens, sinks and even dishwashers.
“outdoor pizza oven” — Lydia Mazzie
Mugnaini
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Outdoor Hip Roof Wood Fired Pizza Ovens
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Hip Roof Wood Fired Pizza Ovens
outdoor oven for your backyard, garden, poolside or patio. Mugnaini outdoor pizza ovens are the ideal centerpiece for alfresco dining and entertaining. Pick from a variety of shapes and sizes, and create the ultimate open-air kitchen with a Mugnaini wood fired oven. www.mugnaini.com
supplied the oven and the plans for building it. Regarding your interests, I should tell you these ovens were called bread ovens in Italy long before they were labeled pizza ovens so you would be successful with any of our models. For Italian style pizza, an oven needs to be low vaulted (17" or less) and have
especially for pizza ovens and have the perfect porosity for wonderful crusts. The domes are modular (4 piece with expansion joints) so they behave better than bricks through repeated temperature cycles. For bread, thermal mass is important - that is because you heat the oven first and then let the fire go
“Pizzapit” — gsaylor7
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