Here’s a propitious trifecta for the world of outdoor enjoyment: the Röshults Collection of outdoor amenities for your festive frivolities. Notwithstanding the irony of a Scandinavian company providing the means to make your Fourth of July celebration an affair to remember, Röshults would seem to know what everyone craves come the heart of the summer: a barbecue for grilling, an outdoor sink to rinse and wash, and a handy matching sideboard to organize your wares.
Röshults Outdoor Collection. Designed by Röshults.
Enjoy Dining Al Fresco with the Röshults Outdoor Collection
Even if you’re purely carnivorous at heart, a complete meal would seem to begin with water, one way or another. To wit, Röshults Garden Kitchen Sink provides the stuff to rinse your veggies, rinse your hands... top off that Scotch with a little H20. The stainless steel sink features an anti-corrosion/protected frame, with a top-side workspace in oiled oak. It connects to any standard outdoor water fixture.
Next, of course, comes the source of heat and all things good—the Röshults free-standing bbq grill. This refined incarnation of the de rigueur charcoal grill is anything but. Aesthetic perks include its slim and stylish chrome plated/powder-coated finish. Functional perks are along the lines of adjustable airflow for pinpoint heat control, a pair of zinc-plated charcoal holders, and a duo of chrome-plated powder-coated cooking grates.
Last but not least, the utilitarian workhorse in the bunch: the space-saving Röshults sideboard. This understated outdoor storage unit is as robust as it is pragmatic. Constructed of ultra-durable plated powder coated steel, the sideboard features long-open shelving—“an ideal storage and workspace for your outdoor cooking needs.”
About the Designer: Sweden’s Röshults designs outdoor objects with a distinctive Scandinavian feel. Their line includes items as large as a raw oak dinner table for 8 to objects as small as a simple if colorful candle holder. In between we find the ferocious flare of fire baskets, the happy hum of bbq grills, and the staid and serene contours of flower pots.