When the temperatures start to rise and we start spending more time outside, there are a few things that would make that outdoor/indoor lifestyle a lot more comfortable, one of which is an outdoor kitchen! If you have a smaller yard or lot size, you might think that an outdoor kitchen isn’t in the cards for you when really all you need is the right outdoor kitchen design for your small space!
Outdoor kitchen design for small spaces is all about making the most out of every inch of space you have, usually by having features do double-duty. A good grill with a side burner or rotisserie can allow your grill to serve multiple purposes while cooking. A large bar space with an overhang can serve as both prep space and a seating area for your guests. These are just a couple of examples, but an outdoor kitchen design professional can better tailor your needs to your space.
When you are choosing to add an outdoor kitchen to your smaller space, one of the advantages of your outdoor kitchen design is that you’ll be able to add luxurious materials without paying much. An expansive granite countertop for your indoor kitchen might be out of your budget, but a smaller piece of granite for your outdoor kitchen is more likely to be affordable. You can also choose to focus your budget on high-quality appliances instead of appliances that you might only use occasionally, like an ice maker or warming drawer.
For tips on outdoor kitchen design for your smaller spaces, contact us here at Danielle Fence & Outdoor Living today.