Published at Monday, September 10th 2018. by Rena Hopper in Kitchen.
The L-Shape. With this option, you make use of two walls, both adjacent to one another, in determining the placement of all appliances. This literally forms a capital "L˝ with the two lines of appliances meeting at a corner. The advantage of this option is that you have all of your necessary locations in one place, so you can avoid all the moving around.
Pinterest is a great resource to find design inspiration and to compile your plans. Simply go to , register an account, and type in ˝outdoor kitchen ideas˝. There is a multitude of design options out there. Take a look at some of these tips!
Add a cover to the open grill and it allows you to add smoking and indirect grilling features to your outdoor grill. Covered grills are best for thicker steaks, rack-of-ribs, or whole chickens and ducks. You can also add different types of wood to your grill, close the lid, and let the meat slowly absorb the aroma of the wood.
Hooks for hanging utensils and magnetic strips for storing knives makes good use of wall space and will free up the counter space. Smaller ovens and stoves are a must, and you will likely have to sacrifice a double sink in favor of a more compact cleaning area. Overhead cabinets are a must, and it's a good idea to incorporate as many inset appliances as possible.
The one wall. For very small kitchens, this may be the best choice because it keeps your appliances down to the bare necessities and allows you, in much the same manner as the L-Shape to have everything you need in one spot, so to cut down mobility. A distinct advantage of this style is that you leave yourself room to move and add other appliances as need be. The disadvantage is that if you start adding too much, then you must veer away from this design and go with a choice such as the corridor or the L-Shape.
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