Outdoor Kitchen / August 2, 2018 / Rosamonde Laliberte.
Stone or other types of backsplashes can stain easily and be a pain to clean. Make your life easier after cooking a delicious meal. Use glass tile on the backsplash for a quick and easy cleanup. Remember standing in front of the grill this summer? The heat was sometimes unbearable. The inclusion of an umbrella sleeve on your outdoor kitchen and grill provides a simple solution to the hot sun. Relax in the shade as you cook a nice meal on a summer afternoon. If thats not enough plug a portable fan into the electrical outlets suggested in Number 8. Either way you will be able to comfortably cook on your outdoor kitchen and grill all through the summer regardless of the heat.
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.
Next you must choose the type of finish for your stone countertop. First of all never use polished stone for an outdoor kitchen countertop. The surface will blind you with reflected sunlight and always look dirty. Allow the natural stone to look natural and it will enhance the style of the outdoor kitchen. Some possible finishes for a natural stone countertop include honed flamed and brushed. A honed natural stone finish features a smooth surface without the horrible reflection of a polished finish.
Outdoor kitchen can be used not only as the main attraction at your parties an outdoor kitchen can be used on a daily basis with the whole family enjoying a meal n the open air you may find yourself disappointed of restaurants when you start eating out a few times a week. Suddenly an evening in a closed space will seem like less fun compared to the outdoor kitchen experience waiting just a few steps from your living room.