#31. A Romantic Getaway
What makes a better option than a romantic getaway not so far away from your own house to save up for all the time driving up there and back home when you can just spend it giggling and cuddling next to the fireplace with your one and only under the light of a thousand stars and what makes it so special that you were the chef of the served meal that night.
#32. The View Matters
What’s the point of working so hard on an outdoor kitchen idea if the view is not worth it? The view obviously matters and ranks up high on the priorities list of the things that should be done because without a breathtaking view for you to enjoy while you eat you meal then it’s just like the indoor kitchen. Nothing is so special about it.
#33. A Fine Connection
An outdoor kitchen, dining area, and a fireplace connected to the pool make a spectacular idea for a private sanctuary perfect for relaxing and chilling out in any weather and any season.
A strategic layout is required for a kitchen. You can do that by shaping the counters as the “U” alphabet letter so that you can sort it into 3 sections: The cold zone including the refrigerator, water cooler, and sink or dishwasher, there’s also the warm zone including the microwave, the stove, and oven. At last there’s the sidebar for grabbing a quick bite on your way out when you are in a rush.
#35. Urban Update
This is a sleek modern design that might never go out of style! The stainless steel gives it that hulk effect implying nothing can ever break it easily.
#36. Front & Center
Pick your dining table as your focal point and surround it with everything else needed for an outdoor kitchen to have the ultimate alfresco dinner right there in your own impressive backyard.
#37. Bright And Brown
Break the monotonic crisp white counter color with the wooden panels in the roof and brown alternating ceramic tiles for a more visually interesting design that will make your love for the kitchen grow bigger and bigger.
#38. Why Is It Important?
Other than getting the opportunity to dine outside 4 walls once in a while and keeping the cooking odor from filling up the house and living it for a few hours, having an outdoor kitchen increases the price of your home because in the market any home with an outdoor kitchen is more valuable and might make the buyers more interested in it.
#39. On The Farm
Old McDonald surely had an outdoor farm kitchen just like this one! With the withered wooden panels, checkered table cloths, and gasoline lanterns. This is definitely how it would have looked like. Employ a themed outdoor kitchen and enjoy!
#40. Expand Your Patio
The true art piece of every outdoor kitchen, whether it was a small one considered as an extension to the patio or a big zone all on its own, is the grill or outdoor cooking element that makes all the designing trouble worthwhile.