Having an outdoor kitchen is the in-thing right now. If you have enough space, you can build a complete outdoor kitchen with bars, storage grills, and seating areas. But this doesn’t mean that you cannot enjoy an outdoor kitchen if you have small space.
Even with a small space, you can still turn your backyard into an ultimate entertainment space and enjoy your meals and drinks outside when it is hot. Here are the best 5 outdoor kitchen design ideas for small spaces you can try in 2019.
Small City Backyard Kitchen
You can turn even the smallest space into a backyard kitchen and dining delight. All you have to do is to have your kitchen implements installed on one side of your small backyard. Invest in a portable picnic dining set. This dining can be stowed away to give room for you to do something else like dancing.
Outdoor Food Prep Station for Small Spaces
This is a minimalist outdoor kitchen with a ceramic style grill and a glass water dispenser with soft grayish brown open shelving. If you want the graphic designs of the grill and water dispenser to stand out, have minimum decorations.
Built-In Deck Countertop with Storage Shelves
This is another minimalist outdoor kitchen idea that comes with a plethora of benefits. To begin with, it saves a lot of space considering that it is made in shelves fashion along a wall. It’s also open with lots of storage capacity. It stores stacks of wood and crates easily.
DIY- Wood and Stone Food Station with Storage Shelves
You don’t need sophisticated materials to construct a nice outdoor kitchen on your small backyard. This kitchen idea uses simple wood structures enclosed on another simple structure of naked bricks. Its countertop is made of granite or marble slabs. You can add extra bars where you can hang your utensils.
Shaded kitchen is the best when it comes to unpredictable weather. It has adjustable vertical shades that you can easily slide open when it is hot (or when you need fresh air) and close it when it is cold, windy or rainy.
This is a kitchen that can be hidden behind a rustic shelter when not in use. When closed, the shelter can serve as an accent to your backyard. It is a good for people who are looking for outdoor kitchens with shelters that can protect their appliances from weather elements.
If you were shopping around for the best small space outdoor kitchen design ideas, the above highlighted are some of the top ideas you should begin with. If there is an idea that you love, don’t wait. Implement it and enjoy eating your meals outside.