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As summer approaches and temperatures start to rise, no one wants to stay indoors and sweat in front of a hot stove. With an outdoor kitchen, you can spend beautiful warm evenings with your friends and family.
Whether you have a few thousand dollars to spend or just a few hundred to splurge, create your own outdoor kitchen and enjoy what it has to offer.
Upgrade your barbecue
A rusty, dusty grill won’t make for a long night outside. Upgrade your outdoor grill and take care of it year-round for a prominent outdoor kitchen. A standard grill will set you back $150 to $300, while top-of-the-line outdoor grills can cost more than $1,500.
Before buying the biggest and best grill, think about how you will use it. Would you feed the football team? Or grill a steak for a romantic dinner for two? Find a feature you’ll actually use, not just the latest trend grill.
Raise your seat
If your infrastructure is up to date, you’ll also want to upgrade your patio furniture and seating options. If you plan to eat out a lot, invest in a real dining table and proper chairs. Eating a delicious meal on your lap detracts from an otherwise luxurious experience.
If you’re looking for more versatile accessories, stylish contemporary options harmonise nicely with most outdoor kitchen Settings. Spend a lot of money on high-quality furniture, but remember: with proper care and maintenance, it can last just as long as high-end interior furniture. Make sure you have an off-season plan, whether it’s moving outdoor furniture indoors or securely covering it to protect it from the environment.
Want a spare sink? Wine fridge? Ice machine? Built-in smoker? You get the idea. When it comes to custom additions, the sky is the limit — or rather, your budget is. Before making a wish list, think carefully about your space.
Maybe a full chef’s kitchen doesn’t quite fit in your backyard, but a nice wine fridge and some extra countertop space are just what you need to take your outdoor kitchen to the next level.
Some features require installation or extension of utilities (e.g., water or electricity), so don’t forget portable add-ons like bar trolleys that add classes without any hassle.
Make it comfortable
Think about how you’ll provide outdoor amenities such as shade, heating (if you use your space year-round), and maybe even some extra equipment such as TV or sound equipment.
Having your seat close to the house can help you take advantage of a porch or awning. In addition, structures such as light racks add shade during the day and light at night, and maintain the atmosphere all the time.
If you have a room, add a fireplace to prolong the entertainment season. After all, outdoor kitchens aren’t just for the summer.
If you want to enjoy some indoor comfort while enjoying a beautiful outdoor oasis, televisions and music can be connected to the outdoors — though that can be expensive. For those who want to add a bit of fun to their outdoor space, Bluetooth or portable speakers, projectors and large screens, or even old-school radios, are more budget-conscious options.
Use your own style
Create an outdoor kitchen that suits your style and taste. If you’re working in an existing space, be sure to embrace the style and highlight features such as dark wood, stone and classic columns.
If you’re starting from scratch, look at your interior design and see which features you like. Then consider incorporating these color schemes, design styles and even furniture shapes into your outdoor kitchen.
While you can’t go wrong with designing outdoor Spaces, consider multifunctional designs and colors so you won’t be constrained later if you want to mix and match.
Make it you
Your outdoor kitchen should be a comfortable, relaxing space to entertain or unwind after a long day at work. Make your escape work for you.
When planning your outdoor kitchen, consider adding a small luxury or two that will make you excited to enjoy your space. They can be as small as a beautiful tea lamp scattered around, or as large as a wood-burning pizza oven.
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