A polished concrete platform both smooths out the grass and gives the owners room for an outdoor kitchen. Where the first island features a stainless grill and mini fridge, the second includes seats for visitors.
If you're thinking of adding an outdoor kitchen, are you looking for a high-end installation for entertaining, or would a more modest setup suit your needs? This set-up has all the basics, including barbecue and cook space, serving cart and simple patio furniture.
This Mediterranean outdoor kitchen features a large stainless steel grill and a split-level BBQ counter and L-shaped bar serve bar made of cast concrete imbedded with recycled beer bottle glass. Travertine tile trim framed in Old World vintage tile liners matches the detailing on the adjacent outdoor shower.
A hillside home in California designed by Scott Lee of SB Architects is a LEED for Homes Platinum-certified house with stunning architectural details, such as the beamed and vaulted ceiling and items made of recycled materials. The home, including the outdoor kitchen, is defined by the relationship between indoors and out, with the use of wood and view-driven design.
With all the amenities of an indoor kitchen along with the fresh breeze of the outdoors, this patio includes a wet bar, bar and stools, large grill and separate gas burner to entertain family and friends. Plus, the space is close to the party so the chef can stay involved in the festivities.
By creating different levels of patio space, Scenic Landscaping was able to create an upper dining area with a kitchen overlooking the pool. The custom kitchen was built to fit the smaller raised patio space. Using bright appliances and stonework helped it to blend seamlessly into its surroundings.
When designing an outdoor kitchen with a built-in grill, the layout and width of the countertops can be expanded to accommodate a bar. This outdoor kitchen and bar area in Chicago uses Belgard products for the bar and flooring.