A cozy outdoor kitchen creates a large impact in a small space with high-quality cabinets and design. Most importantly, an outdoor kitchen creates an inviting environment versatile enough to cater to any type of gathering, In other words, an outdoor kitchen is a key component to outdoor family dinners, game nights, BBQs and much more.
In addition to working with a smaller outdoor kitchen, you are able to utilize smaller quantities of high-end materials that won’t break the bank. When designing your outdoor kitchen, incorporate simple amenities that go a long way. For instance, a beverage cooler, storage, and countertop space are must-haves features more people incorporate in their projects. Therefore, focus on the necessary essentials, features, and functions you’ll utilize the most.
If you are exploring the idea of a small outdoor kitchen, consider these important tips and ideas:
1. Keep it Simple
Add a subtle touch to your sunroom by incorporating a custom outdoor cabinet that features a small sink, and an under-counter beverage cooler.
2. Creative Theme
A fun theme can add a creative twist to your outdoor space. This Nautical inspired outdoor cabinet features sea-life hardware and decor.
3. Kitchen with a View
An outdoor kitchen over-looking the city proves you do not need a ton of square footage to build an impact. Simple amenities pair nicely with outdoor grilling and cooking.
4. Bar-Style Entertainment
This English-Pub inspired outdoor kitchen with breakfast bar-style seating works great for entertaining friends and other social gatherings.
5. Countertop Space and Storage
Lastly, if you already have an outdoor free-standing grill, add outdoor cabinets for extra countertop space, storage, and a wash sink for quick clean-ups.
Other small outdoor kitchen ideas and amenities worth exploring; an outdoor juice bar, pizza oven, wine cooler or perhaps more storage space.
In conclusion, sometimes sticking with the basic essentials can be the most rewarding. For more helpful information contact a Werever Designer.