Masonry for Your Outdoor Living Spaces

For most homeowners, comfort is found indoors. However, the latest home builder trends show that families are looking to create unique, and comfortable outdoor living spaces. From outdoor kitchens, to living rooms, let your imagination run wild as we show you some of the top requested outdoor living masonry projects.

Kitchens

Barbecues and warm weather always bring families and friends together. The convinience of having an outdoor kitchen allows you to prepare food, and spend time with the ones you love at the same time. So, what does an outdoor kitchen look like?

Masonry Outdoor Kitchen

If you’re short on space, consider building a smaller outdoor kitchen containing a barbecue grill and a mini refrigerator.
Masonry Outdoor Kitchen

Family and Guest Living Space

Nobody likes to sit indoors on a cool, summer night. Take your company outdoors and settle into your masonry hardscape. You’ll be able to provide the comfort of home to your guests, while enjoying a meal or dessert under the stars.
Masonry Outdoor Living Space

Fire Pits

Remember roasting marshmallows over a fire pit as a kid? Bring your nostalgia to life with the addition of a fire pit in your backyard. There’s nothing better than fresh made s’mores at home.
Masonry Fire Pits

Not sure if you could benefit from an outdoor living space? Call Supreme Construction for your FREE Estimate & Consultation today! We’ll help you get on the right track with your next fully customized outdoor living space project.

Outdoor Kitchen

This outdoor kitchen has ample cooking space, a bar style counter, and houses a barbecue grill. Use natural stone to give your outdoor kitchen a sophisticated flair.

Masonry Outdoor Kitchen

Photo: smalloutdoorkichen.com

Outdoor Kitchen

For homeowners who don’t think they have enough space for an outdoor kitchen, consider keeping it to the minimum. A barbecue, a mini fridge, and a little counter space can go a long way.

Masonry Outdoor Kitchen

Photo: laurieflower.com

Family and Guest Living Space

Relax outdoors, just like you would inside your home. Adding a fireplace can really heat up your outdoor masonry design.

Masonry Outdoor Living Space

Photo: 280living.com

Fire Pits

Chilly nights call for some serious warmth. Place a fire pit in an open part of your backyard and enjoy the time you’ll spend with your friends and family eating, talking, and laughing.

Masonry Fire Pits

Photo: brummellawn.com