Investing in a high-quality outdoor kitchen can add much value to your home. In fact, for a lot of people, it's the highlight of their entire residence. However, while there are a million articles out there giving advice on what you should do when designing and building your outdoor kitchen, there aren’t many that explain what you should be avoiding.
If you’re looking to improve the value of your home, there are countless ways you can go about it. Renovating, extending, adding a pool or spa, building a new driveway or patio… The list goes on. An outdoor kitchen, however, is fast becoming the first choice for homeowners and investors alike when it comes to adding real value to a property.
LimeTree Alfresco Showroom Opens
The team at LimeTree Alfresco are excited to announce that our Showroom will officially open next Saturday the 9th of September. Two stunning Outdoor Kitchens will be on display in the boutique showroom along with many other Outdoor products. We will go into some more detail in this blog..........
1. Think about how you will use your space
Try to visualise how you intend to use your Outdoor Kitchen and ask yourself lots of questions. A great start is; How often will I be using my Outdoor Kitchen? This will determine what inclusions you require, the space you need and will get you thinking more about detail.