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Outdoor Style

Author: Shawndrea Corbin
Issue: October, 2012, Page 32



Grill MagicKalamazoo’s new hybrid grill has a few tricks up its sleeve. With a quick sleight of hand, it transforms from one grill into three. A special drawer allows for additional cooking methods, such as using charcoal and wood. The gas grill lights quickly, but the gas can be turned off for authentic live-fire cooking. The exterior extends to the ground to incorporate a “firebox” design, which encourages even heat. Order online at kalamazoo.com.

Nod to natureThis Ondine chandelier by Ironware mimics the delicate design of tree branches. Ironware recommends a zinc galvanization option for outdoor use to prevent rusting. The metal is softened with a hammered finish and comes in such options as dark chocolate, hammered pewter and black. The chandelier should be placed in covered areas only. Order through John Brooks Inc., Scottsdale, (480) 675-8828, johnbrooksinc.com.
Oven Lovin’The wood-fueled terra-cotta pizza oven by Sur La Table brings agrarian finesse to modern outdoor-cooking needs. The heat from the fire builds initially in the internal oven chamber and radiates out through the cool outer shell for a distinct Old World cooking effect. Handmade in Portugal, this oven is shipped directly and assembled on-site. The oven is available through Sur La Table, Scottsdale, (480) 947-4243, surlatable.com.


ROCK ON!From the Phillips Collection, the Patina Riverstone tables live up to their namesake “patina,” which refers to the luster of an element’s surface. Their coppery finish, while new, is reminiscent of the effects of time, wind and water upon nature’s surfaces. Available as side tables and larger coffee table models, they are ideal for indoor/outdoor use. The collection can be found at Thingz, Scottsdale, (480) 368-8111, thingzcontemporary.com.

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