Believe it or not the best place to start is with you and your family. Make a list of those things that you feel you will most need in your outdoor kitchen and then list those things that you think will be beneficial. For example, most families agree a good grill is a must at backyard, but do also want to make breads, pies and pizza out of doors? If so then you are going to want a wood burning oven as well. You might even want to include an open fire pit for guests to gather around, a dining set and of course cabinets and counter tops.
Realise that you are working within a specific area and there are some things that you may not be able to move, for example doors and windows. Electrical sockets and radiators are other items that most likely will have to stay put and which you will need to work around. Once you know what can be moved, you can get on with redecorating ideas.
Simply moving a table and chairs can add a different feel to the kitchen if you have space.
Kitchen Monday , May 14th , 2018 - 19:12:35 PM
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