Moroccan-Inspired Entertaining Area

This bland yard gets a spicy Moroccan-inspired kitchen and entertaining area from designers Karen McAloon and Tonya Bellusci. Ideas #1-26

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  • Just drop in all the components of this outdoor kitchen and you're ready to entertain.
  • This free tabletop was made into two useful tables.
  • More metallic accents are added to the walls as copper ceiling tiles framed with 2x6s become artwork.
  • After making holes with an awl or screwdriver, secure inexpensive doormats together using cable ties to make the rug any size you want!
  • Spice up the stairs with metal flashing.
  • Colorful ribbon and throw pillows complete the simple flooring idea.
  • Complete the destination spot by screwing a mirror to the top of scrap 4x4s for a low-slung, Moroccan-style table with a beautiful view.
  • Add a tea light for nighttime lighting along a pathway or flowers for a touch of summer color.
  • Colored pavers bring life to the walkway.
  • At the end of the season, put the lids back on and it'll become compost for next spring.
  • Add a low-budget water feature to the backyard.
  • Flowers and warm hues give this table a boost of color.
  • No doubt it's the perfect tablescape to complement a built-in riddling rack (drill several 15-degree holes along the center and place bottles in for an Old World feel).
  • This Moroccan design is a variation on a theme.


    • Tonya Bellucsi, Designer
      Bellusci Design
      We apologize no further information is available.
    • James Carter, Owner
      Pacific Island Grills and Bull Outdoor Kitchens
    • Ian McCartt, General Contractor
      McCartt Construction
      Phone: 925-858-4469
    • Toby Woodiwiss, Painting Contractor
      Woodiwiss Painting
      Phone: 925-595-3081
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