Kitchen. Tuesday , September 05th , 2017 - 18:09:07 PM
The first mistake is to place the stove, refrigerator, and sink away from one another. These areas are called the kitchen triangle because they are the main functional workspaces that you will be moving through them. The kitchen design rule says that the kitchen triangle shouldn’t be less than 10 feet and greater than 25 feet. Another mistake is to create a plenty of storage space on the expense of your countertops as you will need a workspace to prepare your food.
Use the slab-on grad foundation to set your outdoor kitchen and grill on. This technique will save you a lot of money. The slap-on grade technique integrates metal framed structures that are designed to handle the countertop weight. You can add an amazing appearance to your outdoor kitchen without spending much money, all what you need to do is to add small inches of thin stove veneer. These small inches will make your outdoor kitchen looks as it’s entirely made of natural stone.
For sure adding a backsplash is such a nice decorative touch especially if you use the glass tile, it doesn’t only look very stylish and shiny, but also it’s very practical and easy to clean. For sure, you will use your outdoor kitchen in both summer and winter; every season has its own fun time. So, when you design your outdoor kitchen use some items that protect your from cold and heat. For example, you can put an umbrella sleeve; hang a ceiling fan to avoid the summer heat and use toe-kick heater to keep you warm in cold weathers.
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