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15 Amazing Outdoor Kitchen Ideas Shared By HGTV’s Expert Designers

Tuesday, October 2, 2012 Category: Kitchen Designs
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A friendly hot pink refrigerator by Big Chill and lots of bright hues bring a modern touch to this outdoor, Mediterranean-inspired kitchen.

So, what is your favorite space in your house? Is it your lovely kitchen? Well, there are some homeowners who prefer spending much of their time in a kitchen to other room. I think it is just so fun to spend our time cooking, preparing meal, or doing some cooking experiments. No wonder there are a lot of people are searching for the best kitchen design for their comfort. I bet that every home has an indoor kitchen, yet, how about an outdoor kitchen? Don’t you think it will be much more fun to do the cooking activities in a open space? Well, if you still don’t think it is, you can examine the amazing outdoor kitchen ideas in this post. See how spacious and relaxing they are. These great ideas are taken from HGTV‘s site, shared by the favorite designers; Jamie Durie and other expert designers. Cool, aren’t they? Are you ready to turn your backyard into an amazing outdoor kitchen then?

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This family needed a defined space for entertaining and gathering, so designer Jamie Durie created this outdoor dining space that's built around a wood-fired pizza oven.

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Moroccan-inspired moldings and bright patterned tile lends an Old World feel to this outdoor kitchen. The crew of HGTV's Bang for Your Buck added a stainless steel grill, gas cooktop, sink and dishwater for thoroughly modern cooking power.

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A blown-glass vessel sink, marble countertops and ornate accessories lend luxury to this outdoor kitchen designed by Donna Moss of Donna Decorates Dallas.

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Muted colors reflect the distant mountain ranges, while varied shapes and textures — the rough, organic feel of the stone walls mixed with stick-straight cabinetry — give the space interest.

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Designer Jamie Durie incorporated this homeowner's existing grill and barbecue into a brick island to create the feel of an outdoor kitchen for a fraction of the cost. Lush plantings and lamppost lighting give the cooking area a refined, European look. .

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A roaring open-air chiminea is the heart of this backyard oasis. A gas grill and cooktop gives the host ample food prep area, while the L-shaped bar creates room for guests to hang out with the chef.

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This rooftop deck's natural gas five-burner grill has stainless steel cabinets to store grill utensils and spices. A glass fence stretches in front of the adjacent seating area to preserve the city view.

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Natural stone in a classic L-shape is a stylish and functional base for this hard-working outdoor kitchen.

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This concrete countertop is embedded with glass and fiber-optic lighting, creating a twinkling effect at night. A golden sun adds to the bright bar's ambiance.

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This tiki-styled outdoor kitchen features a cast-in-place concrete countertop atop a curved natural stone bar.

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A telescoping pocket door that disappears into the wall provides a seamless transition from indoors to out. Opening the door doubles the kitchen space and allows guests to take in amazing beach views.

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Sinking the kitchen and dining area below the level of the pool creates privacy from neighbors and cuts nearby homes from view. .

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Designer Scott Cohen used old wine bottles in assorted hues to create this U-shaped kitchen's backlit focal point. It's especially stunning once the sun goes down.

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Designer Charles E. Hess wanted to bring the warmth and romance of Italy to this inspiring outdoor oasis. The large natural stone hearth and unifying pergola give this space Tuscan feel, while the top-of-the-line kitchen appliances ensure inspired Italian meals. .

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2 Comments »

  • Leony said:

    Wanna have the pink refrigerator! ^_^

  • Willow said:

    for dave – everything i dislike-dimensional lumber with no vines on it, all beige and tan and brown. blah.

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