An outdoor kitchen area includes a grill, wood-fired oven and island for prep at this modern Dallas home. The kitchen is centrally located in the home's public entertaining area near the pool deck and open-air dining area.
This outdoor kitchen features a lakeside view and grill unit, with a pergola over head providing some shade. The grill unit has extended countertops and lots of storage space. An island breakfast bar sits in the middle with high chairs for sitting and watching the sunrise as you enjoy your breakfast.
This open plan kitchen was inspired by Balinese indoor outdoor living as well as mid-century modern style. The clerestory offers operable windows creating light and a sense of the home's forest surroundings.
This indoor kitchen island space works well visually with the nearby outdoor stone accent wall, which can be seen through the open glass sliding doors leading to the porch. The kitchen island is lit by two black industrial pendant lights and features orange barstools for casual dining.
Color on the base of one of a pair of facing islands echoes the hue of the bold backsplash in this otherwise neutral kitchen. The open-concept space features a cozy breakfast nook tucked into a corner surrounded by windows, ushering in loads of natural light. In the adjoining living space, a retractable glass wall opens to bridge the home's indoor and outdoor spaces. Hardwood floors warm up the white kitchen and provide continuity throughout the kitchen and living area.
Look closely: That's not a mirror image of the island on the porch outside -- it's an identical island for outdoor dining! The gorgeous, open kitchen also boasts high ceilings, concrete countertops and modern pendant lighting. A tidy dining area is just steps away.
Kitchen beyond with island and beam above penetrating the glass to continue outside in the outdoor room. Island is nearly the same size, indoor and out. Concrete countertops
This modern, white kitchen opens to a outdoor seating area creating a room that truly brings the outdoors inside. The large island adds counter space while the addition of barstools creates a spot to eat breakfast or relax while others do the cooking.
A 16-foot-long granite island hosts six bright yellow bar stools for extra seating and a display of restaurant-style appliances. The outdoor dining area and grilling station are easily accessible via a sliding glass door, which can be opened to facilitate traffic flow between spaces during parties.
The kitchen space was created to blend into the open dining and living spaces effectively and efficiently. The kitchen boasts beautiful views of the outdoors through large windows. Adding subtle color variants to the backsplash incorporates small pops of color that are more effective in creating the minimalist and modern look. Red stove knobs add a small but more vibrant color element to decorate the stainless steel appliance and surrounding white cabinetry.
The design vision for this property was to have a space that could be opened up to bring the outdoors in.The collapsable window by JeldWin allows for opening up an entire wall of the home the free flow of air, and natural light. The gorgeous wood floor and butcher block counter were designed to compliment the beautiful expansive backyard and the functional, modern minimalist style of the interior.
From behind the island, one can see the rest of this outdoor kitchen's amenities, which include a working sink, a trash compactor and even a mini refrigerator. Thanks to its stone design, this feature also complements the gazebo's columns.
This outdoor kitchen is party-ready and comes complete with stainless steel appliances, a sink and even a beer tap. The L-shaped concrete counter provides ample space for cooking, and a mobile island offers both seating and additional room for spreading out party supplies. A glass and wood structure shelters the space and creates a backsplash.
The outdoor entertaining area of this South Florida home is completed by a covered dining and kitchen area. Neutral-toned stone pavers lend a harmonious feel to the space as it continues along the walls and kitchen island. A formal cooking area is completed by a mosaic stone backsplash with professional stainless steel equipment, and a white stone kitchen island with plenty of room for entertaining. Additional seating is provided through the use of a matching contemporary glass dining table and chairs.