Shiplap adds a coastal feel to this beach house kitchen. A hanging straw lantern boosts the vibe even more.
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A black outdoor kitchen feels sleek, sexy, and modern. To keep it from looking too formal, give it a thatched roof.
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Vintage Hanging Lantern, $113, target.com
If you've avoided there's a solution. Treat it with lacquer first and you'll stave off weathering.for fear it'll turn green, we hear you, but
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Think beyond (or above) the backyard and turn your rooftop into a scenic cooking spot. You won't mind working over a hot grill when you've got a view like this.
This when you're throwing a party, it doubles as an ice bucket for wine.features an inset container for blooms. And
A stained oak ceiling warms up stainless-steel cabinets. The best part? A drop-down metal gate protects appliances from rain.
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These outdoor kitchen cabinets are made from old cypress shutters. It's a look that works well for coastal or farmhouse-style spaces.
If you live outdoors during the summer, you want your space to be as inviting as possible. Channel the ocean — or the sky — with blue cabinetry.
Instead of viewing an outdoor kitchen as adjunct, make it complete with a grill, fridge, sink, and pizza oven. A U-shaped layout helps you move from hot to cold, with the grill on the left to two refrigerator drawers and an ice maker on the right.
Turn a sink into awith a teak top. Now imagine the party potential.
During rosé season, make sure the wine is ready to go as soon as guests arrive.is a worthwhile splurge in any outdoor kitchen.
You've heard the Captain Planet schpiel about the importance of upcycling, but this photo may convince you to genuinely give it a shot. In this, a lamp is made from a barn vent and the cabinets have rope handles.
If you can't splurge on a second kitchen, an extra-wide window might do the trick. Extend the counter from yourkitchen outside to make passing food easier. And make your house seem airier. Ahhh, that's better.