Kitchen. Monday , June 04th , 2018 - 16:13:26 PM
There are several options when planning your outdoor kitchen. The most common design styles include the basic island, a "U" shaped island and an "L" shaped island. What you put into your kitchen island is up to you. Some outdoor kitchen ideas for the basic island would be to include a grill, a sink and a little work space. This is adequate for occasional light cooking. A "U" shaped island may have room for a grill, a sink, some storage and some work space. Because of the compact shape, it would fit in a small yard and allow you to visit with guests while you are cooking. "L" shaped islands tend to be larger, giving you a lot more room for food preparation. A grill could be located on the short side of the "L" while the longer side may contain a sink, a refrigerator, storage and other accessories.
Of course you don't have to stick to things such as stones, wood and pebbles. You could also take a look at building your framework for your outdoor kitchen from bricks. Slates countertops will really perfect the look and although this slate will prove to be more costly than other ideas, the lowered cost of buying the bricks and the fact that you can pretty much build this idea yourself means that you will be saving money to allow for such a luxury. The bricks and slate are a perfect material for the great outdoors and are also fairly easy to get your hands on.
Last but certainly not least we come to our final outdoor kitchen idea and that is by simply having an outdoor snack bar. This can again be used with a portable barbeque for a complete kitchen feel but also means that you don't need a huge garden in order to make it work.
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