15 Splendid Garden Kitchen Ideas
We have already seen a few technical details about how to build an outdoor kitchen. We are back this time with a dew garden kitchen ideas so that the time spent in the open air is backed by an always welcome snack that will fill you with energy without bothering to go all the way into the house. So here are a few garden kitchen ideas so you can give your tranquility space a practical role as well.
An outdoor summer kitchen island, connected to the green space in the garden, is the ideal place to cook in a relaxing atmosphere. The space is personalized, perfectly integrated, built by own devices and materials. Stone gains all the attention in the foreground, while wood and greenery stays at the back.
Again, an open air kitchen which gravitates around the wood-stone tandem, completed by the greenery space just yards away.
An outdoor kitchen built with stone, probably with the view to match the brick background. Cavities under the counter hold baskets of kindling and tools for the grill.
This time stone makes way for the wood in this colorful garden. The kitchen at the back is perfectly camouflaged under the vegetation, letting the beholder focus on the superior plane of the image, where nature manifests itself, at the expense of the austere foreground.
A kitchen under a pergola is, probably, the shortest way to that consummate state of relaxation we all crave. Wood and stone again blend harmoniously, with the small organic accents in the hanging flower pots making a smooth transition to the garden in the back.
If space is limited, then set up an outdoor kitchen right next to the house to use every square inch you have available. The sofa is placed a bit further to the side, closer to the planters to favor relaxation.
A space under the open sky that connects several structures, such as a fine gazebo and a shed that is a perfect shelter on the rainy days without taking away the privilege of views towards the garden behind it.
Here are a few more images at the end to inspire you in arranging this outdoor space so cooking becomes a hobby going hand in hand with the natural décor opening all around.
Sources: Housebeautiful.com, Pinterest.com, Gardendesign.com