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Originally posted by Chilepepper:
If you are looking for an inexpensive set-up, you'll probably need to shoot for something like this:

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Now that is fabulous! Are those Viking? -mJ



Yes, the Vikings captured it after the Isle of Man raid in 797 A.D.

Lorrie...nothing nice is cheap my friend. You'll need a nice gas grill with side burners, sink, prep area, wine/beer fridge, pizza oven, charcoal/wood grill, bar stools and seating area, beer tap, ice maker, assorted grilling and bar tools, pergola shelter with ceiling fans, landscape, lighting, and many man hours researching your set-up. Pretty simple, really.
I am aware of the cost of a total backyard project. I just completed my indoor kitchen, so I am aware of the cost. But, I wanted the basic set- up and found one with a granite top grill, burners, sink, fridge and a few more small things for $2, 9999.00 I just wanted something to fit on mu deck.
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Originally posted by MiamiAtty:
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Originally posted by Chilepepper:
If you are looking for an inexpensive set-up, you'll probably need to shoot for something like this:

click here



Now that is fabulous! Are those Viking? -mJ



Yes, the Vikings captured it after the Isle of Man raid in 797 A.D.

Lorrie...nothing nice is cheap my friend. You'll need a nice gas grill with side burners, sink, prep area, wine/beer fridge, pizza oven, charcoal/wood grill, bar stools and seating area, beer tap, ice maker, assorted grilling and bar tools, pergola shelter with ceiling fans, landscape, lighting, and many man hours researching your set-up. Pretty simple, really.
Viking gas cootop and all stainless appliances, granite island, coordinating corian for the rest of the counter space, and the kitchen desk area. Terra cotta stonelike tile and other Tuscan inspired accessories. I also found some wonderful knobs and pulls that are an antique bright brass grape inspired motif. the cabinets are white. The floor tile is laid to mimic stone. I also redid the adjoining powder room with the same theme, but did crystal knobs on the cabinet. This was a blessing for me to make my new home in Little Rock be more like home. I also have terracotta valences and fleur de lis accents in the kitchen. It reminds me of New Orleans.
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Originally posted by MiamiAtty:
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just completed my indoor kitchen


Excellent! What did you outfit your indoor kitchen with (stove, fridge etc)?
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Originally posted by MiamiAtty:
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Originally posted by Chilepepper:
If you are looking for an inexpensive set-up, you'll probably need to shoot for something like this:

click here



Now that is fabulous! Are those Viking? -mJ



Yes, the Vikings captured it after the Isle of Man raid in 797 A.D.

Lorrie...nothing nice is cheap my friend. You'll need a nice gas grill with side burners, sink, prep area, wine/beer fridge, pizza oven, charcoal/wood grill, bar stools and seating area, beer tap, ice maker, assorted grilling and bar tools, pergola shelter with ceiling fans, landscape, lighting, and many man hours researching your set-up. Pretty simple, really.


MA,

That's my Everglades City set up Big Grin

You ought to see the toilet facilities Eek

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