Building an open-air cooking area and bar doesn’t always require a considerable amount of cash and space.
Budget-conscious homeowners might wince at the cost of bringing magazine-cover worthy grill galleys to their backyards. But a little clever planning can go a long way into cutting that cost down to a manageable size.
One of the best ways to keep costs down is to build your outdoor kitchen as close to your interior kitchen as possible. Here are a few tips on planning your kitchen's patio extension.
The surging popularity of outdoor rooms and living spaces has prompted an equally impressive increase in the demand for outdoor cooking and bar appliances.
In terms of design, your outdoor kitchen’s backsplash is the canvas. That’s why much of its overall look will depend on the material you use choose.
Dining al fresco is only half the fun when it comes to entertaining in the summer. Outdoor kitchens also make all the preparation easier and more pleasant. Convenience aside, an…