Outdoor Kitchen / July 31, 2018 / Flordelis Flamand.
It is hoped that you have enjoyed this brief and thoughtprovoking questionnaire to help you along your path in designing your dream outdoor kitchen space.The next article in this series will take this questionnaire a step further in terms of really nailing down some of the more detailed space planning aspects of your outdoor kitchen project such as kitchen shape location water availability etc. This is sure to be an equally informative and enjoyable article.
The growing popularity of the outdoor kitchen in the last years has created many different products to choose when designing your outdoor kitchen some people prefer to design a small and practical outdoor kitchen and save some costs others go for the luxury additions when creating their outdoor kitchen design. Today you can find outdoor kitchens in region of the world that have relatively short summers people living in these areas try and enjoy the summer to its fullest and install a kitchen that is built around the grill this way they can have a barbecue without running in and out of the house and use a small kitchen in their backyard.
It used to be that outdoor entertaining conjured up the familiar image of the picnic lunch at the park. You only needed a picnic basket thermos paper plates and plastic utensils. Or if you wanted to be able to host an outdoor luncheon or dinner you would toss some items on a barbecue pit out in the backyard and flip burgers and hotdogs. Cooking on a grill is a great way to entertain outdoors. However it is a nuisance to have to go back and forth from the kitchen to the patio. That is way outdoor kitchens have become more and more popular.
Brushed stone moderately rough brushed surface with a certain ruggedness to it. The natural stone countertop will have a wispy texture that will not become slippery when wet. A brushed stone countertop balances the formal honed finish and the natural flamed finish. The brushed finish has a natural texture but presents this texture in a consistent formal way. Use low voltage lighting on the backsplash and under the countertop of your outdoor kitchen. Dont assume that you will only use your outdoor kitchen and grill during the day.