This pizza oven in Culpeper VA is constructed around a hand built brick oven – no kit here! We used a mix of large building stone slabs and washed river stone on the blockwork, creating a one of a kind look. The concrete block backsplash lends a modern look and feel to the outdoor kitchen and prep area. You can also learn more about this project here.
A new entertaining patio at Old House Vineyards in Culpeper is anchored with a large fireplace. Thick, chisel-edged stone slab caps and an aluminum logo centerpiece create a one of a kind look.
This Nokesville outdoor kitchen uses a number of high-end components. The cabinets are Danver stainless steel, the refrigerator is by Summit, and the icemaker is by Fire Magic – all lines that Revolutionary Gardens sells. The result is a workhorse kitchen that looks as good as it functions.
This Culpeper landscape design includes a wood-fired pizza oven. Capable of cooking three pizzas at once, this oven produced over 300 pizzas one Mother’s Day!
The homeowner for this Haymarket outdoor kitchen made himself very clear: he liked his grill and wanted to incorporate it into what we designed. Natural stone counters and stainless steel appliances and accessories turned this patio into the perfect outdoor entertaining spot.
This fireplace, built of natural stone, anchors a secluded backyard retreat in a Fairfax backyard. The stone hearth doubles as a seat wall around the entire patio.
An outdoor kitchen provides additional entertaining space for this Reston home. A powerful 48 inch Wolf Grill, stainless steel appliances, and granite countertops create ample space for prep and cooking.
This outdoor kitchen in Oakton, Virginia takes advantage of the space under a deck. Concrete countertops and custom wood doors make this a one of a kind cooking zone.
We love doing custom designs. After all, what fits you better than something made just for you? This custom smoker in Oakton VA was designed from the ground up in collaboration with the homeowner. With his engineering background, the homeowner worked out the ideal air flow calculations. I took this info and his sketches to produce working drawings, then made it all look good.