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.
The outdoor dining room and kitchen overlook the pool area and are perfectly appointed for entertaining with a stainless steel refrigerator, grill and sink. The dining table is surrounded by slipcovered chairs and a banquette.
A vaulted ceiling comprised of smooth wood panels makes an eye-catching addition to this outdoor kitchen. Meanwhile, recessed lighting and industrial pendants keep the space bright from morning to night.
An outdoor kitchen features a custom vent hood that allows it to operate under the cover of this elegant tropical lanai. The spacious outdoor room features multiple zones for lounging and dining, as well as screens that protect it from the elements. The entire space takes advantage of the home's spectacular tropical views.
Small Shelving Unit Provides Storage for Outdoor Kitchen
The outdoor kitchen's artwork consists of sculptures and wall hangings fashioned from found objects. A natural wreath of woven branches draws the eye to the patio's far wall. A small metal shelving unit provides storage so drinks and snacks are kept within easy reach.
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.