A Patio Rescue

For firefighters, the station house is a second home. Designer David Bromstad designs a knock-out patio that'll keep them hanging around even when they are off duty.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe patio is too small for the firefighters, and it lacks shade.

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A surprise challenge awaits designer David Bromstad; the home address he is given is not a regular home, but a local firehouse. David is enthusiastic to discover the space is not another room but an outdoor patio.

The barren patio barely has enough seating and tables for the on-duty crew, much less for the whole department when they have training sessions. The space is also in full sun and needs something to provide shade so they can be outside during the day. David pours his heart into a design that will give these hardworking firefighters a comfortable place to cook and relax in their home away from home.

For all available product information, click on the second After photo of the room.

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