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Upgrade your basic barbeque by adding a solid counter top; a perfect place to prepare veggies and plates. A stone counter is sturdy, but work with your budget to create the perfect peninsula.
If your counter is small, you can always provide a pull-up table for more space and seating.
Light the way with task lighting. You will want to see what's cooking and not feel lost in the dark. Decorative lighting can be installed as well. Use easy-to-use and ready-to-hang decorative bulb lights or lanterns.
It may be worth the foot steps to install outdoor appliances. A small fridge houses cold drinks ready to sip. A sink is handy for hand washing and meal prep, so count in plumbing if you are designing from scratch.
It's not a kitchen without a cooking surface, so upgrade your grill and fire away. Side burners make for lots of cooking power. Keeping your pots and cooking utensils within arms reach is smart and makes for efficient serving.
Using tough surfaces, chairs, and dining tables will allow for any weather. Wood will weather and add character, and metal chairs will add that decorative touch.
Enjoy the fresh air and space when you entertain with an outdoor kitchen. Entertaining can be more fun on the patio!
Marfa dining chairs, table, and wood lanterns: Roost & Co. Decor
Placemats, kitchen rug, apples, barbeque tools, and iron cookware: Maison Et Jardin
Shatterproof glassware, plates, and dish towel: Hanley-Wood Fine Gifts
Greenery: Blossom Shop Florist
Green glass vase: Bay Window in Rockport