Open kitchens are very popular and are a great choice for people who enjoy having fun and spending time outdoors. If you have the space, there can be a fantastic addition to your home and also add to the overall value of your property.
However, designing an outdoor space can be a big challenge for architects. You need to make sure that all the cool gadgets at your disposal are combined with the utility and functionality you need to make the space work as a working kitchen.
Here are some things to consider when designing your new outdoor kitchen.
When you start your design, you need to be realistic about the space available and the space you plan to use. If your space is limited, it's unrealistic to want to have a tiki bar, pizza oven, toaster, and electric stove. Likewise, only having a small grill is a waste when you have a large space.
The possibilities of devices in your outdoor kitchen are truly endless. From a small grill to a full roast with an accompanying pizza oven, it's all included. Refrigerators, wine coolers, stoves, and just about anything you have in your kitchen come in models that can withstand the pressures of the outdoors. Your only limitations on the devices you may have are your budget and space but also think about the usability. Finally, if you love fresh pizza from your local delivery company, the pizza oven can be wasted on you and the list goes on and on.
You don't want to let your guests or kitchen in because you forgot an important part of your meal. This is why storage in your outdoor kitchen is so important. When you've filled your space with utensils and there's no storage space, you'll start to realize the mistakes you made the first time you tried to cook a meal outside.