The patio is often seen as an extension of indoor living, whether under an ivy-covered pergola or in the warmth of the sun, spending more time outdoors is sure to make a difference.
The cooking process will also be more relaxing and enjoyable if you combine the kitchen and yard together and bring the entire cooking process outdoors. You can enjoy the natural beauty of the green grass and the pleasure of living in your own yard without the hardship of walking on the road for a picnic.
In addition, the kitchen can be designed outdoors, so you can cook and fry as you like without worrying about the fumes. Occasionally, you can have a barbecue with your friends without worrying about disturbing your family's rest.
However, considering the possible outdoor wind and rain, the design of the stove must use waterproof materials. The stove top is recommended to be stacked with natural stone and the stove is also made of stainless steel, so that you don't have to worry about wind and rain. In addition, the integration of rustic materials and nature gives the stove a little more of a different flavor.
The necessary shade is also important. Considering the sun problem, outdoor kitchens should also consider proper shading, and you can choose to use natural preserved wood as a shade rack.
In addition to shade, shade shelves can also create different lighting effects, just like being in the middle of a forest. At the same time, plant lovely plants around the patio or install a set of swings for children to play and adults to sit on the sofa after dinner, snuggling up on the cozy velvet throw pillow cover and chatting. The family can enjoy good food, flowers and meals in the beautiful courtyard!
Food with a picturesque view is always irresistible. Give yourself a reason to cook in the yard!