The HGTV Smart Home 2013 has an outdoor kitchen with an impressive stainless steel grill. A narrow bar lines the perimeter, perfect for passing off serving dishes to the outdoor dining space. The painted ceiling and metal light fixture play into the coastal aesthetic of the main house.
One of the luxury amenities the homeowners wanted in their space was an electric grill, so designers installed a custom area to meet their needs. Rich toned wood cabinets give the homeowners a place to store necessities, while the concealed ventilation system rushes smoke out of the home and into the outdoors.
After: The grill station was made from fieldstone similar to the existing retaining wall along the property line and blend with the yard’s natural character. Mosaic Group used bluestone for the grill station floor. The counter is 4” thick black concrete with exposed Mexican beach pebbles and cantilevered over a round pillar that makes the space feel roomier.
Yes, it's true; this kitchen includes a crawfish boiler and a hibachi grill! While guests take their pick of the island or counter, the chef can prep dinner using the clean, stainless steel appliances.
This outdoor kitchen rivals the grandest indoor ones with its chef-grade cooktop grill, oven, fridge and more. Mediterranean tiles add pretty color and a wood ceiling keeps the space safe from weather.
The owners of this residence wanted their roof deck to have a fully-functioning dining area and room for entertaining and hanging out. The dining space fits conveniently underneath a ceiling and has a grill and butler's pantry.