Thankfully I got a picture of the outdoor kitchen area without random people in it. (Can't say that for some of the next pictures though.) I love this kitchen. It's beautiful with it's Tuscan flair.
Lovely raised planters beds that frame the walkways. (That rosemary smells wonderful.)
(See what I mean about random people. The people that I tried to crop out stood there for a very long time, so it made it impossible to get a good picture of this table. That and there wasn't enough room for me to back up and get the whole table. Sorry.) The part of the picture that I wished I really could have captured was the very long ladder suspended above the table and had a chandelier hanging from it. However every picture I tried to get of it turned out really bad. You just couldn't see them both. (Insert imagination here.)
So when I got home I looked up Salvage Works, because I it was my first time hearing about them and I was really impressed with their showcase at the Yard, Garden and Patio Show. As if I couldn't be more impressed, I read their About page. What a way to take an active part in the both communities and the environment. Please take a moment to read this page. I know within the next week I'm taking a trip out to visit Preston and Rachel. (I'll keep you posted on my findings.)
Have a great day.