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 firefighters now have plenty of space to prep and cook food.

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A pair of grills, with rotisserie features, provide plenty of space to cook for the whole department. This custom outdoor kitchen also features plentiful counter space for food prep and refrigeration and storage below. David hangs string lighting along the brick wall to create a festive atmosphere. He also surprises the firefighters with a swanky bar where they can hang out while the food's cooking.

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paint: fence (3-15 Red Carriage, 3-19 Black Coffee, 12-8 Canary Yellow, 23-6 Blue Heaven, 8-12 Fresh Nasturtium, 7-15 Paprikash), patio (8-21 Sturdy Table, 10-13 Oakbuff) — Pratt and Lambert
gunmetal bar stools (11696), grey and sky blue easy stacking chairs (6950), orange primary pouf/ottoman (7358), orange jelly fish chair (10147) — Design Within Reach
string lights (078102962), solar tiki lights (009110622) — Target
palm tree (664371021509) — The Home Depot

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