Creating Your Outdoor Kitchen

As the weather continues to heat up in Colorado why limit your outdoor cooking to just the grill? People are installing full kitchens outside — find out if it’s right for you! Anyone who’s ever thrown a barbecue knows the joys and pains of outdoor hosting. The host spends so much time running in and out of the kitchen that it becomes hard to enjoy the company. Maybe that’s why the fully-appointed outdoor kitchen is now becoming popular.

More and more homeowners are investing in making their outdoor areas an extension of their homes, and as such outdoor areas are beginning to resemble living rooms and kitchens in terms of comfort and amenities. If you’re interested in making an outdoor a kitchen a reality for your home, there are a few things to consider. Outdoor kitchens should be close to the main house for easier access to utility lines. Exposure to the wind and sun must also be taken into consideration. It’s best to protect your outdoor kitchen with a roof, if possible. When choosing your barbecue, which will be the centerpiece of your outdoor kitchen, you should take the size of the space you’re working with into account. There are also a number of appliances that are gaining popularity as more homeowners install outdoor kitchens; outdoor refrigerators and pizza ovens, in particular, are great inclusions. An outdoor kitchen will make hosting easier, and make your barbecues into the toast of the town!

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