Have you ever imagine to cook like in a camp? To get this sensation every day, you can apply to have the outdoor kitchen ideas. Try this samples and make the nature cook to you with its own sensation.
In designer Bonnie Edelman’s Connecticut house, the pool kitchen’s stained oak ceiling pours warmth over cool stainless-steel cabinets. A drop-down metal gate protects appliances from rain. This outdoor kitchen in Calistoga, California takes its colors from the earth and the sky. A Viking warming drawer is conveniently closest to the Fogazzo 1050 pizza oven. “It’s all about entertaining,” architect Michael Layne says. “People are going to gather where cooking’s going on, so you need lots of counter space and plenty of seating. The backsplash of a New England kitchen is beefed up with a bar counter, where guests can sit and chat with the cook. Fieldstone and granite from Connecticut Stone. It was the owner’s idea to turn the sink within a Nantucket kitchen into a beverage cooler with a teak top. The seating area of this California kitchen blends seamlessly into the surrounding garden thanks to an abundance of potted plants. There’s more than just burgers and dogs on the menu at this Massachusetts kitchen. The hybrid grill, by Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet, can be ready to cook in 10 minutes, using any combination of charcoal, wood, and gas. The gas burners will do anything from low and slow barbecue at 225 degrees to searing meat at 800. This Manhattan Beach kitchen features a beverage center modified to store wine, with a keg tapper nearby. Rustic accents is here. Small details make a difference for this California kitchen. A lamp made from a barn vent sits on the counter above an icemaker and refrigerator. Interior designer Erin Martin chose the rope handles on the cabinetry.
Which one of those outdoor kitchen ideas are based on your budget? As long as you can feel the sensation of the cooking outside, you will get relax while cooking. You can try to select one that most appropriate to your house concept too.