A clay roof with cedar fascia cover this stylish outdoor kitchen. A large stainless steel grill is fitted into the countertop with a beautiful view of the lake. A raised marble countertop section separates the eating space from the sink and prep level. Colorful place settings are perfect for adding color and a warm-weather feel to the design.
With an eat-in counter, sitting area and fire pit, this outdoor space can easily accommodate large parties and more intimate gatherings. Keeping the furniture within a black-and-white palette ensures that everything matches.
A natural backdrop of greenery is picturesque for this gorgeous outdoor farmhouse table. Decorated with glass, pastel florals and neutral cushions and tablesettings, this backyard is a comfortable place to sit, eat and converse with friends.
Complementary shades of blue and orange decorate this inspired dining space. Orange carpet tiles by Flor anchor the eating area, which features a long, rustic-industrial table matched with chairs in two metallic finishes, as well as a whimsical outdoor bench repurposed with bold blue paint and custom cushions. A beamed ceiling adds warmth and interest to the space and continues the earthy color palette.
A dining bridge connects the common and private wings of this modern home. From the interior of the dining space, guests and homeowners have a beautiful view of the pool and outdoor entertaining space to enjoy while they eat.
This outdoor kitchen features a grill and cooktop sitting on a tiled patio with a lakeside view. An island breakfast bar sits in the middle with iron high chairs perfect for watching the sunrise as you eat your breakfast.
Stationed beneath the beautiful chandelier, the round, wooden dining table offers seating for six and views to the outdoor veranda. Guests of this lakefront Florida retreat will also appreciate interior views of the eat-in kitchen and nearby den with mounted television.
With two dining tables, seating for ten and a swimming pool, this tiny home has huge potential for entertaining outdoors. Located just outside the home's kitchen and living room, this space serves as a continuation of the home's smaller eat-in kitchen.
Retractable doors open easily to provide wide-open access from this home's modern living room to the deck area, where the family can grill, eat and relax. A vibrant blue picnic table and outdoor sofa provide plenty of sitting room for casual entertaining.
A stone bar with stools adjacent to the outdoor cooking area ensures that guests will be able to eat food fresh off the grill, and that the cook won't miss out on the party. A pergola offers shade during the day and overhead lighting at night.
When you create an outdoor room, there has to be a reason to use it whether it's functional (to eat, to swim, to cook, to relax) or it's visual (a sculpture, fountain, fireplace, fragrant plant). Plan your yard with focal points in mind.
Vibrant orange accents stand out in this contemporary eat-in kitchen. The island with black quartz countertops and a beautiful outdoor view provides extra seating to make entertaining easy and stylish. A limestone backsplash runs behind the sink while a built-in bookcase and set of display cabinets help keep things tidy.
The backyard is transformed by host Jaime Durie of The Outdoor Room with a deck across the entire back of the home. French doors lead out to a pair of benches that step down to the yard, while the other side features a dining table under a pergola for a shaded spot to eat.
This contemporary poolside patio is made up of large rectangular concrete slabs separated by narrow strips of grass. The patio features an outdoor kitchen with eat-in bar as well as a sitting area with built-in fire pit. A white fence provides a measure of privacy, as do the attractive tropical trees and plants around the perimeter.
This five bedroom, five bathroom estate in Houston, TX, offers more than 7500 sq. ft. of charming, open concept design. In the living room, the space offers a calming neutral tone and flows naturally into the dining space and eat-in kitchen, with high ceilings and modern steel and glass doors lining the wall to the outdoor space.
After moving out of a cramped city apartment, the homeowner wanted a functional place to cook and eat. The kitchen island is a workhorse with its built-in storage for cookbooks and wine, while the industrial look of the wood and sleek waterfall countertop blend with the rustic dining table and surrounding outdoor views.