There is nothing quite like enjoying a quiet south Louisiana evening like grilling and enjoying company in the backyard. Eventually the sun will set, but that doesn’t mean the festivities need to come to an end. This is where outdoor lighting can set the mood, enhance the atmosphere, and allow you to safely, and comfortably continue your evening.
Propane or charcoal. This has long been the great debate when it comes to grilling. While each method has its specific benefits and preferences, there is another way to grill that you may not be familiar with; the teppanyaki grill. But what is a teppanyaki grill, and why should it be a part of your grilling arsenal?
The kitchen is considered the heart of the home. It’s where meals are prepared and enjoyed, and where families gather. With this being such an essential part of any house, why limit it to just one? This one reason that outdoor kitchens have grown in popularity recently. If you have an outdoor kitchen or are considering one for your home, there are few things that you should definitely have.
The holidays are right around the corner and while the temperatures are still fluctuating in south Louisiana, there is still something about a freshly lit fireplace throwing light and heat around your home that makes this time of the year all the more special. If you have gas logs in your fireplace then they may not have been used in quite some time; this means a little due diligence is necessary before you light it up again as the temperatures fall. Here are a few tips for getting your fireplace safe and ready, as well as a few accessories that can bring your fireplaceto the next level.
In south Louisiana the opportunities to light up your fireplace are few and far between; but when they arrive few things are more satisfying than filling your living room with light and warmth on a brisk evening. And because these moments are fleeting, it’s easy for the simple things to slip your mind. Of course your gas valve key lives in the same place year round, and your trusty lighter is probably nearby, but what about what lives behind the fireplace screen?
The Tigers are on a winning streak and cool weather has finally arrived. As the temperatures drop, the contents of your favorite cup may change. While the priority all year has been to keep the contents of your favorite tailgating tumbler cold and refreshing; now a warm beverage may be more appropriate. Either way, Yeti Tumblers complete with the official LSU logo can accomplish both, while letting you show off your Tiger pride. But how do they work?
It is finally fall in Baton Rouge, and we could not be more excited for all that the cool weather will bring. It also marks the beginning of weekend bonfires, roasting marshmallows, drinking hot chocolate, and celebrating the holidays with family and friends. Your fire pit has the potential to be the focal point of your party or simply the heat source keeping your guests comfortable. We are here to present your options and tailor them to directly reflect your taste.
This time of year brings a slight breeze, football season and perfect opportunities to spend an evening outside. Whether you are planning a party with friends or just eating dinner with the family, make sure your outdoor patio area is equipped with these four essentials for the ultimate grill and chill time.
One of the great things about this time of year in South Louisiana is that it is perfect for outdoor entertaining. The temperature dips a bit, and the sun sets a little earlier, creating the perfect atmosphere to move the party outside. But, your outdoor space needs to be equipped to host that party. When it comes to lighting and ambience, a fire pit is a great mood setter for outdoor entertaining. But, for those that want to take it to the next level, a fire pit plus music escalates your outdoor entertaining.
There’s something magical about the courtyards in the French Quarter of New Orleans. In spite of the bustling Central Business District just blocks away, and the wild partying tourists down the street, you can dial down the noise, dial down the stress, relax, and enjoy the elements of a summer evening that seems captured in time. But, the look and feel of a French Quarter courtyard doesn’t have to remain in the Big Easy. With just a few strategic choices, you can bring the French Quarter to your backyard.