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Newport Beach Home Tour Beach Style Deck, Orange County

Deck - mid-sized beach style deck idea in Orange County with no cover — Houzz

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jbuffard2 wrote:
Counter - Hi, beautiful! Can you please tell me the counter top material?
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Hi, I also would love to know the counter material and the brick information on the front of the grill area. Please could you share those details? Thank you!!

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I'd like to know counter top as well. Thanks
Richard Dickerson wrote:
cool outdoor wall light - i like this style of lighting. I know of a few places where i can get similar ones, but where did this one come from? Trying to weigh out my options before making a purchase.
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danalush wrote:
Where can I buy the "Know fun" sign?
cdcaff wrote:
Brick - I love this BBQ! What is the color and brand of the brick?
tcderosena wrote:
Love the sign! - Love the "Know Fun" sign. Where can I get it?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Ideas to Make Your Outdoor Kitchen Sizzle
Coordinate with color. Grills, decks and outdoor seating tend to be neutral and no-frills, so use a few pops of bold color to wake up your outdoor kitchen. Bright poppy red was used here in artwork, dishes, a chair and a sleek trash can.Give your patio decor a quick boost with these tips
Jennifer Christgau-Aquino added this to How to Cook Up Plans for a Deluxe Outdoor Kitchen
To help you construct a space that makes sense for your lifestyle, ask yourself such key questions as: Do you regularly entertain outside and have a climate that permits it? For instance, if you barbecue outside only on the Fourth of July and maybe for one other social function a year, it doesn’t make sense to have a fancy, large outdoor kitchen with a lot of accessories. Do you see yourself still using your indoor kitchen to do your prep? If you’re looking just to cook outside, then something simple is best, says Kate Wiseman, owner of Sage Outdoor Designs in San Diego. All you need is a little counter space for prep plus easy access to your indoor kitchen.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Vanessa Romero added this to Vanessa's ideas
El bbq empotrado ta pritty. Depronto mandar hacer algo con parrilla y todo que este fijo. Osea se manda hacer el bbq
Darlene Hanley added this to Outside
I like the broom attached to the garbage can

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