Deciding which colour to choose for your outdoor kitchen cabinets can be tough! There’s a lot to choose from. What’s going to look great? What isn’t going to date? What will the whole family love?
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.
When you're at the beginning stages of designing an outdoor kitchen, it can be difficult to create a clear picture of what best fits your home and your lifestyle. When you're working with an outdoor kitchen specialist, they will be able to work with you and create a 3D rendering of your outdoor kitchen to give you a much better understanding.
We get asked quite frequently for some design tips, some inspiration of what we have seen before and knows works well together, not just in function but also in appearance.
This post is only a few of the projects we have done. Listed are the materials used and we have included links to the appliances within each kitchen if you would like to know more or include it into your own design.
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A recently completed project in Blairgowrie is our latest design inspiration from our outdoor kitchens catalogue.
With an elegant and stylish aesthetic, our kitchen was the perfect addition to a modern and beautiful home. Our client was in the process of selling their home, deciding the investment of an outdoor kitchen to be the best sales tool to add value to their home.
Just minutes from the beach, the home owners also have a pool area just before their outdoor kitchen, creating a perfect outdoor space for this beachside Australian home.
The colour scheme of white on white compliments the warm timber panelled wall. A line of stainless steel as a splashback is not only an elegant edition, it protects the timber from the heat of the BBQ. Practical.
Below we go into a bit more detail around the appliances and materials used in this project.