Outdoor kitchens are becoming increasingly popular as folks are spending more time outside and they naturally want more amenities in an outdoor kitchen than just a plain old BBQ grill.
Outdoor cooking is fun and convenient and come a long way from the simple BBQ grill.
Today’s outdoor kitchens can feature kitchen islands with built-in grills, refrigerators, sinks and more.
But adding all these amenities can be a lot like building (or buying ) a house!
Cooking up an outdoor kitchen? The sky’s the limit
“Nowadays, the act of uncovering that barbecue grill, rolling it away from the house and cooking steaks, hot dogs and hamburgers on the grate has taken on a more sophisticated flair – and expense- as folks continue to find ways to make their backyards an escape from life’s hustle and bustle.
The main thing you need to consider when you design it (is) what’s it going to be used for,” Vanscoy said, demonstrating the outdoor kitchen he constructed to show inside Kettler, an outdoor-furniture store on Virginia Beach Boulevard in Virginia …It’s a living area; it needs to be considered as such.”
Outdoor Kitchen Ideas Unlimited But Pricey
While we are told the sky is the limit on outdoor kitchens many of these items don’t come cheap. Salesmen often forget most folks have a budget and you can easily spend upwards of $20,000 on an outdoor kitchen. So for many this may be an ongoing project. Rome wasn’t built in a day and your outdoor kitchen doesn’t have to be either.