Warmer weather is lingering just around the corner, inviting you to spend time outdoors relaxing and entertaining in the spring sunshine. Chances are you didn't use your patio very much over the winter, so go ahead and start prepping it for the spring and summer seasons now. Your space likely needs a good cleaning and a few refreshes.
For over a century, syrup kettles have been synonymous with performance and reliability in the sugar cane industry. Now, that same durability and charm can transform your backyard into a cozy retreat with Goldens' cast iron fire pits. Since 1882, Goldens' has been crafting these iconic pits in Columbus, Georgia, and now they're available at Casual Creations right here in Baton Rouge. Add over 140 years of American-made craftsmanship to your outdoor space this fall, and enjoy warm evenings under the stars.
Transforming your outdoor space into a culinary haven with an outdoor kitchen not only adds a delectable touch to your gatherings but also ensures a delightful way to create lasting memories with loved ones. Here are some essential tips to guide you in the creation of your envisioned outdoor kitchen, turning your entertaining and bonding experiences into flavorful and enjoyable occasions.
Outdoor living in Louisiana has increased in popularity over the last several years. Mild winters and hot summers lend themselves to many outdoor activities, whether lounging by the pool, entertaining guests on your patio around the fire pit, or cooking a gourmet-style meal in your outdoor kitchen. Now, more than ever, homeowners seek ways to elevate their outdoor spaces with comfortable, durable, and stylish furniture that can withstand Louisiana's vibrant seasons.
Finally, the mercury is dropping, coats are leaving the closet, and the time has returned to light your fireplace. However, instead of storing and lugging in firewood and cleaning up ash and soot this winter, a newer, cleaner option can light up and warm your hearth.
Living in Baton Rouge, you won't be a stranger to our ever-changing weather conditions. Long, hot, humid summers often give way to mild winters with the occasional cold snap. Acclimating to the heat is often easier than warming up to cooler temperatures, especially since we have warmer weather about nine months out of the year. But even in the cooler months, southerners love to spend their time outside.
In recent years, wall-mount fireplaces have become an increasingly popular choice for residential and commercial spaces. Their sleek design, space-saving capabilities, and versatility make them an excellent addition to a wide range of businesses. Let's explore the advantages of wall-mount fireplaces and the types of companies that can greatly benefit from their inclusion.
When it comes to choosing the right type of gas logs for your fireplace, you may face the decision between vented and ventless options. Each type offers distinct advantages, and understanding these benefits can help you make an informed decision that suits your specific needs and preferences. Below are some advantages of vented and ventless logs to help you make the best choice for your home.
Imagine spending a cool evening outside with friends and family and the tranquil sounds of nature. What could possibly make this idyllic scene even cozier and more welcoming? One thing is a gas fire table, a multipurpose and fashionable addition to any outdoor area. These appliances provide many advantages beyond just warmth. They have easily established themselves as essentials for every type of outdoor space. Let’s take a closer look at the many benefits of a gas fire table.
As we move into the closing months of the year, the weather begins to cool, the leaves turn color, football games get more intense, and we start preparing for winter. One of the items to prep for the changing season is having your fireplace ready. It is time to make sure your gas logs are up to the task of providing warmth for your family, and that comforting glow that comes with the season. But before you change out your gas logs, it is important to know the difference between a vented and a vent-free gas log.