THE OUTDOOR KITCHEN DESIGN STORE

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Preferred Properties landscaping designer Michael Gotowala keys in on similarities of the elements used in the architecture of this home in the landscape to complement and adorn the appeal of this Connecticut residence. This tremendous luxury mansion began to feel more like home from the outside relative to the interior due to the connectivity of the landscape. The outdoor landscape design is heightened by emotion and excitement due to the level of extensive masonry, maturity and quality of plant materials, outlay and design of pavers, highlighted by night lighting. Masonry of all types including brick, block, granite, fiekdstone and cobblestone make this luxurious residence even more outstanding. This video series shows the Masonry phase on its last section of walls.
After the masonry is completed, plant materials begin to be addressed in place. Grading, drainage and bed formation soon follow. Outdoor lighting specifications and requirements then take precedence. Irrigation and…

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About THE OUTDOOR KITCHEN DESIGN STORE Cheshire, CT. Southampton, NY

"A Fabulous Outdoor Kitchen celebrates the lifestyle of the owners"- Michael Gotowala founder of THE OUTDOOR KITCHEN DESIGN STORE by Preferred Properties. -2016 Awarded by The Outdoor Room as ONE of BEST TOP 30 OUTDOOR ROOMS. -2019 Finalist in Design Excellence by Hearth & Home. OutdoorKitchenDesigner.com -26 Outdoor Kitchens featured nationally in publications. Hard cover book BEST SIGNATURE OUTDOOR KITCHENS. Selected on panel of EXPERTS Hamptons Magazine. 2016-Connecticut's BEST in OUTDOOR KITCHENS featured on HOUZZ. 2016-Radio talk show host Hamptons Outdoor Kitchen FABULOUS. 2020-Author of Outdoor Kitchen Fabulous. OUTDOOR LIGHTING PROFESSIONAL. 2008- AOLP AWARD OF LIGHTING RECOGNITION. 2010- AOLP AWARD OF LIGHTING SPECIALIST. OUTDOORLIGHTINGDESIGN.COM
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