An extensive California outdoor kitchen, created underneath a vaulted ceiling, features a bar with granite countertops and iron stools. The outdoor kitchen was created by Gayler Construction/Design Build, based outside of San Francisco.
Matching umbrellas keep the outdoor bar and dining area covered in this outdoor living space designed by Overstream in Charlotte, N.C. The company used Belgard products for the kitchen, patio and a fireplace manufactured by Adams Building Supply.
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.
Homeowners are designing outdoor kitchen and dining areas with room for a dining table and bar to maximize seating for themselves and guests. This patio's bar and floor use Belgard products manufactured by Miller Materials in Missouri.
Wood, stone and granite combine to create this Pennsylvania outdoor living room with bar seating and appliances, such as a grill and smoker. The outdoor kitchen features a truss and timber frame design by Mid-Atlantic Timberframes.
An outdoor kitchen is shielded from the sun by a covered pavilion with stone pillars and a tile roof. A long bar provides seating for five near the pool, creating a space perfect for entertaining groups of any size. Lush landscaping connects the home to its coastal California setting.
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.
Designer Cindy Aplanalp wanted to create an outdoor space that matches the home's existing structure and accentuates its warm Mediterranean feel. Adjacent to the dining area, the outdoor kitchen is complete with a gas rotisserie grill, smoker, secondary gas burner and refrigerator -- ideal for preparing family meals or hosting parties, Cindy says.
This backyard sanctuary was designed to be a peaceful retreat as well as the perfect spot for entertaining. A small cedar pergola provides shade, while tempered glass panels offer privacy. A grill, small outdoor refrigerator, and sink and concrete countertops make meal prep a breeze.
Protected from the elements, the outdoor kitchen is ready for year-round use—or as long as the Windy City's climate will allow. The rustic slab island is the perfect spot for light meals or after-work drinks when you don't feel like venturing into the city.