Outdoor kitchens have become in demand in the past decade approximately. An outdoor kitchen will allow you to get the sunlight and give more space for children to play around and for the whole family members to cook and enjoy the party together.
To have the perfect outdoor kitchen designs, you have to consider the following factors.
1. Work Areas
The kitchen is the place for food preparation, cooking, and eating. The work areas of the kitchen can be categorized as a dry zone, wet zone, cold zone, and hot zone. Food preparation and kitchen cabinets are the dry zones. So, sinks, beverage tubs, and ice reservoirs are the wet zone. The hot zone includes pizza oven, cooktops, and grill. And cold zone may include refrigerators and wine chillers.
2. Counter Space Requirements
The proper counter space should be balanced with the size of the kitchen — not too big…not too small.
3. Seating Space Requirements
Seating space includes the suitable width of seats, spaces between seats, and knee spaces under the counter.