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.
Natural stone in a classic L shape is a stylish and functional base for this hardworking outdoor kitchen. Designer Scott Cohen incorporated all the entertaining essentials, including a gas grill, cooktop, ice drawer and wine refrigerator.
Like the walkways, the dining terrace is also made of Lilac Bluestone. It includes an outdoor kitchen designed to withstand the harsh Vermont winters with Corten steel and a cast concrete countertop. A kitchen garden conveniently borders the space.
Outdoor meals are nearly always comfortable because of this patio's careful design: The louvered roof can rotate as needed. There's a deluxe outdoor kitchen, that includes a pizza oven, as well as outdoor heaters and lighting.
Interconnected barn-like structures, designed from stacked stone and rustic lumber, house the main living areas. A covered outdoor living space features comfortable seating areas, an outdoor fireplace and outdoor kitchen that overlook the beautiful Texas ranch.
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.
On the lower patio, an outdoor kitchen and dining area was crated as an extension of the outdoor kitchen space. The styles and colors were chosen to complement the neutral, contemporary color palette of the home in order to create a cohesive design throughout the home's spaces.
A rustic covered outdoor kitchen in Dallas goes big with a bar and metal pendants. Fun features include light green appliances and western-themed accessories in the outdoor living space designed by Evan Ratcliff with Key Residential.
Clean lines and simple design create a minimalist backyard with swimming pool, outdoor kitchen and comfortable furniture to enjoy the Miami Beach coast. Floor-to-ceiling windows create a seamless transition between the indoor and outdoor spaces.