#11. Under A Pitched Roof
Got a pitched roof and an antique chandelier dangling from its center but nothing but empty space under it? Be creative and add an outdoor kitchen to the top of to-do list and benefit from the medieval theme to create an old fashioned kitchen!
#12. Walk Through It
Dining to the left, kitchen to the right, make your household feel some delight with this amazing walk through design! It’s practical and simple with a built-in fireplace a spectacular view! Great for having the boys over to watch the football game because it’s located outside so you won’t have a hard time hushing everyone all the time because you already had a hard time putting your little rascal to bed!
This is a fine example of a kitchen respecting the distance between the kitchen and dining place aspect. It makes up its own independent zone in a landscape and great asset for your humble home.
#14. Basically Simple
This is a basic outdoor kitchen idea with the fundamental required elements like the grill or stove, counter and storage space hence the drawers and cabinet, and a sink! However, easy access to utilities like gas, water, and electricity outside from the house can be tricky and you want to ask for an expert’s help with it. You can find the coolest kitchen cabinet ideas here.
#15. Part Of Something Bigger
While you choose each and every part of the outdoor kitchen, bear in mind that whatever you choose will be a small part of something much bigger than just a cooking space, it will the source of your ecstasy when you invite friends and family over to enjoy a backyard cooked meal.
#16. Japanese Themed
Well, I don’t know about you guys but this looks like a Japanese themed outdoor kitchen to me. It’s got the short wooden table and the Japanese architecture of the wooden pergola. Cultural diversity keeps getting better and better, isn’t it?
#17. Cross Section
This is what a cross-section would like if you cut a house vertically to view in insides. However, this architect got inspired by the section drawing technique itself to let this outdoor kitchen catch a good glimpse of what the outside surrounding really looks like.
#18. Corner Kitchen
This is a wonderful design to benefit from small space and especially corners which tend to be a designer’s worst nightmare. This corner kitchen is a great way to maximize space and make it seem bigger than it actually is. It also adds visual interest to a neglected zone and sheds light on it!
#19. Dinner is Served
When you choose a kitchen design don’t forget to leave out the handy additional counter top beside the grill and the sink for a more convenient and facile experience. It helps things flow faster and with grace.
Surround your culinary territory with a border like a silhouette to mark your zone and separate the clean zone filled with food and nutrients far from the dirt, grass, and soil you can find in a garden or backyard.