Oak Forest Outdoor Living

Tucked away in the Oak forest neighborhood of Houston is this gorgeous, multi-faceted outdoor living space. The highlights of this project are the Patio Cover, double-sided Outdoor Fireplace, Outdoor Kitchen, and Sunroom. 

Patio Cover

This Oak Forest Patio Cover extension measures 15 by 21 feet and was built out of the backside of the house. 

The covered patio area features a custom outdoor kitchen and double-sided fireplace. The flooring used is 12″ by 24″ tumbled silver travertine pavers. 

As you can see, there is a cozy lounge area to sit and enjoy the fire and watch movies or sporting events. The finish on the ceiling and columns is white Hardie. 

Custom Outdoor Kitchen

This unique 14 foot outdoor kitchen build is an egg lovers dream! It includes two Big Green Eggs, an RCS refrigerator, and a sink for washing up. The sink even has a garbage disposal! A granite countertop and white brick finish complete the exterior of the outdoor kitchen. 


Outdoor Fireplace

This Montigo Ventless see-through Fireplace is perfectly positioned to heat both the covered and uncovered portions of the outdoor living space. The fireplace has a classic indoor look that has been elegantly adapted for the outdoors. It is complete with a natural hand hewn reclaimed wood mantle and a white brick finish that matches the brick of the original house. 

An uncovered portion of the patio allows guests to enjoy the weather and bridges the gap between the patio cover and sunroom. 

Beforehand, this area was a covered patio built with the original house. Tradition Outdoor Living enclosed the space and turned it into a sunroom. 


Panoramic Doors

Instead of having a wall of windows, why not have a wall of doors? Our project developer installed these Panoramic Doors that open independently and give the homeowner all sorts of opening options to enjoy the weather when they want and keep it out when they don’t.


Sunroom Addition

The smooth flooring of the sunroom is rigid core luxury vinyl. It it extremely popular because of its durability and realistic wood-look visuals. The walls are Hardie siding. 


Here is a shot from inside of the sunroom with the Panoramic Doors closed. The sunroom is air conditioned by an HVAC Mini-split and includes a mounted TV.