Masonry pizza oven plans My homss: easygoing elegance for a massachusetts saltbox

Masonry pizza oven plans Cheryl and Nick Grant are cooking fanatics. That passion is mirrored of their Boston-area saltbox, which the couple adapted to meet their style for grilling, smoking, baking and cooking. Working with Perry Murphy Construction, the couple she's a marketing government; he works at a digital company remodeled their circle of relatives home in levels. Originally, the house had a dusty screened-in porch that served as a passageway, a grassy outside without a patio, and a kitchen with a dismal, cloistered pantry, closet & desk area.

"As soon as we moved in, we were given out a pen and paper to start planning our initiatives," Cheryl says. The porch got a light and shiny update. An unfinished 2d-tale area turned into Nick's faithful guy cave, with seasonal beer on tap. And new hardscaping created an outdoor patio & kitchen with a fire and pizza oven.

For the interiors the couple honored their home's classic style via pairing secondhand unearths with a laugh modern items. "We like to blend newer & older pieces together to create a comfy, lived-in, but brand new and blank glance," Cheryl says. Homss at a GlanceWho lives right here: Cheryl & Nick Grant, their three youngsters & Labrador retrievers Bella and BearLocation: North of BostonSize: 3,six hundred square feet; 4 bedrooms, 2 bathroomsYear constructed: 1995 With beers on tap, a pizza oven and a guitar collection, this home mixes vintage with generous doses of fun.

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