Eastern Family ResidenceContemporary Patio, Sydney
What Houzz contributors are saying:
What should I be wary of?“The main thing to keep in mind here is access to plumbing if a sink is to be added,” says Ellard. “Depending on the construction of the home or the area the kitchenette is to be positioned in, it isn’t always easy (or cheap) to run plumbing to it. I would definitely recommend having a plumber take a look at the space before you get too far into the design and planning.”
8. Sydney, NSWDesigner: Penman Brown Interior Design
But wait, there’s moreThe kitchen doesn’t stop indoors in this Sydney residence. A small outdoor kitchen area creates additional storage space as well as providing room for a barbecue and outdoor sink…
Timber on repeatVertical timber battens deliver a more sophisticated finish than the more casual lattice, especially if they’re constructed out of hardwood and stained to match your deck. The timber screen in this outdoor kitchen ties in with the rest of the area – on the balustrade …
8. Move outsideWhen space in the kitchen is tight and already jam packed with essentials it is sometimes necessary to look further afield for additional storage space. These cabinets in a small outdoor kitchen area are a clever way to create some additional storage space as well as somewhere to house a barbecue and outdoor sink. Use these cabinets to store everything you need for the barbecue, such as utensils, large serving platters, outdoor tableware and barbecue cleaning items. This frees up valuable storage space in the kitchen, and makes barbecue afternoons more pleasurable.