This outdoor kitchen in Bronxville NY uses our Ring of Fire outdoor kitchen island. We also supplied the customer with the framework for his firepit.
The customer used the Warming Trends Crossfire burner for the firepit and all Blaze components in the outdoor kitchen.
With his utilities located in the back of the island near the house, we pulled the island about 5 feet off the house and provided a straight 10 foot run.
We created the renderings, built the island and delivered installed all of the components. While there isn’t a tremendous amount of counter space (2.5′) there is a table near the island that they planned on using as a second counter. The island also has a backsplash where they waterfalled the countertop. Usually when we have the backsplash the electric outlets will be placed on the backsplash but in this case we placed GFI outlets on the front of the island.
Moving from left to right the customer used the Blaze double side burner, Blaze 5 LTE grill, Blaze ice bin, and underneath we used the Blaze 40″ access doors and the Blaze dual trash / recycle bin. No refrigerator was needed due to the proximity to the inside kitchen as well as space constraints on the island. You’ll notice end capped on the island is a Blaze island vent. This is used as a safety feature so gas cannot pool up within the island.
The fire pit is made in the same fashion as the ROF island. We delivered it on site and his mason clad it with a Bluestone coping and stone that matched the wall it was adjacent to. The fire pit is powered by a Warming Trends Crossfire brass burner, simply the best in the business. It runs on natural gas which is piped under the fire pit.
The integration of the stone and countertop of the island and fire pit with the rest of the hardscape. Also love the size of the fire pit, plenty of room to warm a small group.
I would have put the electric box on the raised back of the island instead of the front of the stone.
Check out my video analysis of this Outdoor Kitchen: