The summer is quickly approaching, so if you are planning an outdoor kitchen, now is the time to get started. Use your outdoor space to extend your dining and entertaining experiences. Before you start building, find pictures of what you would like the space to look like.
BBQ units are available in several sizes with many different functions. Don’t forget the venting system, especially if your cooking units are close to the house. Some built-in refrigerators are specifically made to withstand the hot summers. A sink by your cooking area is important and so is a place for trash and some storage. Think of the seating areas. How many do you want to accommodate? Where should they be facing?
Planning an outdoor kitchen is no different than planning an indoor kitchen. Think function first, then aesthetics.
Michael Glassman and Associates