The outdoor kitchen is the perfect place for summer grill nights, family gatherings, and get-togethers with friends. As the weather gets warmer, many homeowners start planning how to spruce up their garden and terrace for the new season. For those who love to cook and indulge outdoors, a beautiful outdoor kitchen is a dream. Here are some inspiring ideas to make the most of the available space.

Tips for a High Quality Outdoor Kitchen1

Cooking and Baking Outdoors

While a garden table with chairs is useful in the backyard, the real joy comes when you can prepare food outdoors. A grill is an essential element for this. The Coyote series offers complete outdoor kitchens with 6- and 7-component combinations. With a grill and pizza oven, corner and sink elements, as well as a BBQ oven, cooking outdoors becomes a special experience. And if your outdoor kitchen is still missing a grill, the Cherokee Silver Quintet in silver and gray with 5 rosettes provides the perfect addition to savor your delicacies.

Designing the Outdoor Kitchen

The rules for planning and building an outdoor kitchen are much more relaxed than in indoor spaces. However, it is essential to create a real communal space where baking, cooking, and dining are in close proximity.

The kitchen area should provide enough space for food preparation and even washing dishes. Don’t forget to plan for a water connection. It’s also worth acquiring a Coyote refrigerator to have cool drinks and ingredients readily available.

Consider the type of roof you want over the kitchen. It’s advisable to choose a solution that allows for cooking even in bad weather. A pergola, a sun sail, or a tiled roof can provide shade and protection while ensuring good ventilation.

Final Touches

Ensure that sufficient lighting is available. Installing floodlights is not necessary – often, a mood-setting ambiance with lanterns creates a pleasant atmosphere. Having a herb garden nearby can be useful. Rosemary, basil, mint, oregano, and sage require minimal care, look aesthetic, smell wonderful, and are always within reach when you grow them yourself.

Also, think about placing high-quality garden furniture, as a comfortable sofa is more conducive to relaxation or chatting after grilling than chairs. A comfortable seating group, such as those from the Meridien collection, is the perfect choice. If possible, a hot tub can also be a fantastic addition and make for unforgettable garden parties.