The warmth of spring has finally begun to shake off the winter’s chill and the time for barbeques and outdoor activity is nearly upon us. In celebration of the warmer weather, a trend in the construction of mountain style homes shows that people today prefer to entertain and relax in the great outdoors. Recognizing this trend, PrecisionCraft has offered inviting, functional and comfortable outdoor living design concepts for clients to build as an extension of their home. Below, read some information about our recent client projects and their outdoor enjoyment.
Just a short drive from the bordering states of Virginia and Tennessee, David’s North Carolina home overlooks a pristine valley that slopes down to Lake Ashe. With this breathtaking view and the lush green of the Cherokee National Forest to the West, he desired an additional space on his property where he could fully appreciate his view. Working with PrecisionCraft, David built a luxury backyard pavilion found in the Trailwind design concept. This pavilion featured an angled timber-lined roof and double-sided fireplace to accommodate both a kitchen and dining space. David was so thrilled with his outdoor living space that he hosted a neighborhood gathering by the light of his pavilion fireplace on New Year’s Eve before the structure was even complete.
In the midst of building their dream timber frame home in central Oregon, Andy and Susie came across outdoor living designs by PrecisionCraft that inspired them to build a space of their own where they could sit, relax and enjoy the spectacular view of the Ochoco National Forest. Basing their design off of the Pocono, the couple used a mix of log and stone to extend their back patio out to an intricate log oasis where they could entertain company as well as bask in the nature surrounding them.
Whether you choose to include your outdoor living space in your home’s construction or it becomes an extension of your current living space, the functionality and creativity that comes from building a space outdoors creates a structure that is just as warm and inviting as your home’s interior.
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