Directly adjacent to the house’s interior kitchen, the porch’s kitchen is actually a grilling and prepping area that features an outdoor grill, sink, countertop, dining table, and island. To give the grill a built-in look, Brad enclosed it in a brick surround that mirrors a real fireplace surround on the opposite end of the porch. The large island does double-duty as a prepping and serving surface, while the long antique farm table surrounded by easily movable chairs can accommodate any crowd.
Plates on table: McCartys pottery, Merigold, MS; mccartyspottery.com.
Salvaged arrowhead fencing: vintage; wellsreclamation.com.