Published at Wednesday, February 14th 2018. by roger in Kitchen Room.
When you decide which finish you want for your outdoor kitchen countertop, don’t go for the polished stone, because it reflects the light and your countertop will always look dirty and dusty. You have many other options that are suitable and practical like, honed, brushed or flamed. Remember you won’t cook only in day light, so adding a good lighting in your outdoor kitchen is very important to enjoy it day and night. Putting a barbecue grill in your outdoor kitchen is important, but keeping it safe is the more important. To keep your outdoor kitchen safe put a subtle vent at the back of your barbecue structure, so the gas escapes to the yard to avoid any fire accidents.
Modern All-in-one Kitchen Island Designs for Small Kitchens. All-in-one kitchen islands become popular in the modern studio or loft apartments because they represent the futuristic way of saving space. There are different designs, sizes, materials, and shapes of such islands to give you a wide range of alternatives that will match your home style.
The reflective surfaces, especially glass can provide your kitchen a spacious and airy look with a special sparkle in the place. Room and Board team members use durable clear glass, frosted glass, and colored glass to reflect the homeowners’ intended mood.
The grill and the stove aren’t the only items you will need for your outdoor kitchen, small appliance like a juicer and a blender is also necessary. So, you need to provide your outdoor kitchen with some electrical outlets to use these appliances and enjoy the amazing meals and juices.
For sure adding a backsplash is such a nice decorative touch especially if you use the glass tile, it doesn’t only look very stylish and shiny, but also it’s very practical and easy to clean. For sure, you will use your outdoor kitchen in both summer and winter; every season has its own fun time. So, when you design your outdoor kitchen use some items that protect your from cold and heat. For example, you can put an umbrella sleeve; hang a ceiling fan to avoid the summer heat and use toe-kick heater to keep you warm in cold weathers.
The first mistake is to place the stove, refrigerator, and sink away from one another. These areas are called the kitchen triangle because they are the main functional workspaces that you will be moving through them. The kitchen design rule says that the kitchen triangle shouldn’t be less than 10 feet and greater than 25 feet. Another mistake is to create a plenty of storage space on the expense of your countertops as you will need a workspace to prepare your food.