Can you believe summer is almost here? What a beautiful time for outdoor brunches, cocktails and barbecue parties right? And what better than to give your backyard a much needed outdoor kitchen this summer?
Outdoor kitchens are perfect for summers and for entertaining as well. Imagine whipping out your favourite recipes while enjoying the warm summer sun or having a barbecue with friends right in your backyard.
If you have been looking to invest in an outdoor kitchen this year, then this is your sign. And here are 9 outdoor kitchens to get inspired from.
10 outdoor kitchens perfect for summer:
What’s better than having the luxury of cooking in a full kitchen under a roof while still feeling like you’re outside?We love this concept of indoor-outdoor kitchen. It is perfect space to entertain as well because when you have guests over, you don’t feel like you’re cut off from the party when you’re in the kitchen. It works perfectly when you don’t have the space for a full kitchen
2.Kitchen with a full dining area:
You know what’s better than cooking outside? Enjoying your meal surrounded by greenery and under the sky, that is. This outdoor kitchen is giving us major goals for our future house. Maybe for now, we can do with a smaller counter and a smaller table?
3.Spanish & Moroccan inspired Kitchen:
Did anyone say we can have a Spanish and moroccan inspired kitchen? Umm Yes, please! We love how bohemian this looks and yet is fully functional complete with a sink. Absolutely love the minimalistic look that’s perfectly complimented with the terracotta planters.
Don’t have the space for a fully fledged kitchen outdoor? Worry not! You can still enjoy your outdoor parties with this barbecue setup. We love this barbecue that doesn’t take up much space and is perfect for patios and porches as well. And the fact that it has wheels at the bottom is such a big plus. So put your barbecue on, get that wood burning and have that sauce ready.
5.Outdoor kitchen but make it Staycation:
We’re swooning over this kitchen that looks absolutely gorgeous with the marble counter top. The umbrella is perfect for when the sun is too harsh and the bar stools are perfect for outdoor seating even when you don’t have a lot of space.
6. Clean and modern:
Outdoor kitchen don’t have to be “extra”. We love how minimal and clean this outdoor kitchen looks. The use of rustic reclaimed wood benches adds the warmth against the poured concrete counter top. Also a great fit if you do not have the luxury of a big backyard. Don’t miss the uber cool chiller as well.
7. Take you to Italy:
The use of the rustic wood for the table top and everywhere else will take you right to the wine country. What’s better than having a wooden fired pizza for brunch? The partially covered seating space is perfect for afternoon lunches as well and we love how the industrial metallic chairs look against all those warm wood tones.
8. Man cave goes outdoors:
That full sized chiller for beers and the use of industrial fittings makes this kitchen looks like man cave had an outdoorsy makeover. And we’re here for this vibe. Love the poured concrete floors too, which are absolutely perfect for outdoor kitchen area.
9. Pizza oven & bar:
What else does one need in life? Seriously though. This wood fired pizza oven set up complete with bar station on the side is what we’re dreaming about. And we love how rustic the design looks with the use of a lot of wooden elements and the shed look.
10. Stone & wood Finish:
An outdoor partially covered kitchen with stone and wood finishes. Need we say more? We love the design and the simplicity of this outdoor kitchen. And the partially covered wooden ceiling is just perfect for summer days to block the suDoesn’t the stone and the wood surrounded by greenery immediately teleports you to the wine country? But who’s complaining. We sure are not.
That’s all folks. We’re sure we have you dreaming about the outdoor kitchen of your dreams. Time to get to work and build that outdoor kitchen in your backyard this summer. Don’t forget to pin your favourite designs though! 🙂