The indoor-outdoor kitchen is the perfect way to enjoy the warmer weather by cooking and eating outdoors. If you want to give your kitchen an inside-outside flow, there are many different configurations that can be designed to work with your layout.
If you are considering installing one, here are some great ideas to you can use:
Rather than a separate kitchen and outdoor dining area, it’s possible to naturally merge the two elements. Here, the space can be used as a fully indoor or outdoor zone – large glass windows and billowing curtains make the space cosy and intimate, or open it up to the elements. Polished concrete flooring and a plywood ceiling create a strong link between indoors and out, while lowering the dining table connects the two areas. Innovative and contemporary, this zone is ideal for any season.
Servery with large bi-fold windows
A servery is an ideal option for a family, especially one with young kids. It allows parents to keep an eye on the youngsters, particularly while washing up. Another bonus is that this format works well in a small U-shaped kitchen, creating extra space by encouraging family and friends to sit outside.
Even with very little room available, it’s still possible to enjoy outdoor dining. This house wraps around a courtyard, creating a sweet space to dine in. Protected from the wind, the area also doubles as a great place for entertaining.
Complete Outdoor Kitchen
Here, the built-in barbecue, fireplace, breakfast bar, dining area and seating options are all positioned in an expansive and light-filled weatherproof space, where the line between indoors and out is completely blurred. Before the height of summer hits Australia, now is the best time to get a beautiful new indoor outdoor kitchen installed at your home. Whether for an existing build or a new build, the team at Pinnacle Plus can help you create flow and functionality in your home easily through strong design and experience. All you have to do is get in touch with the team today by clicking this link.