Take Entertaining To The Next Level With These Outdoor Kitchens

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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Tags: Outdoor Kitchens

Image courtesy of Maverick Landscaping

Is your kitchen the hub of all social activity in the home? Are family or guests often drawn in by the smell of something delicious baking in the oven?

While it may be wonderful to have your kitchen buzzing with activity, it can also leave you feeling a bit overcrowded.

If you’ve experienced a little kitchen claustrophobia at some stage, and wished you had more room to entertain while you cook, then we have some ideas to indulge your kitchen daydreams. The outdoor kitchens that we’re about to share provide spacious and entertainment-friendly areas that your guests will admire.

4 Outdoor Kitchens That Make Entertaining Easy 

Eating in Elegance

Image courtesy of Danver Stainless Outdoor Kitchens

Features such as the string lights and wrought iron chairs, give this outdoor kitchen a sort of romantic charm which is beautifully balanced with the modern and sophisticated look of the stainless steel cabinets.

Daylight Dining

Image courtesy of Hursthouse Landscape Architects and Contractors

Do you like the idea of whipping up a mouthwatering meal and being surrounded by a luscious green landscape? If so, this outdoor kitchen design would be ideal!

Culinary Cover

Image courtesy of April Lipps

With plenty of cover and ample lighting, you don’t have to let rainy days ruin all the fun. Come rain or shine, you’re sure to have a good time with this outdoor kitchen design!

A Magnificent Merge

Image courtesy of Maverick Landscaping

This design combines the best of indoor and outdoor kitchen features by using homely finishes to create a cosy atmosphere and unenclosed areas to give this kitchen a light and open look.

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