Prefab kits can include compact refrigerators, stainless steel cabinets, custom countertops, dining space and more. Many vendors have a nice selection of these kits, and most can deliver right to your door. Choosing prefab rather than having an outdoor kitchen custom-designed cuts down on time and cost, and you can choose from stacked stone, granite, tile or stucco to create the outdoor kitchen that looks best with your existing space.
Other features, like lighting and storage, are important to consider when designing an outdoor kitchen island. Adequate lighting is especially important to food preparation and cooking during get-togethers that occur at night. If extra seating is a viable option with your outdoor kitchen island, then be sure to pick stools that are made from weather-resistant materials.
Many pre-built outdoor kitchen islands come hand-in-hand with a complete barbecue station, including a grill, workspace and stovetop cooking area. Cabinets and storage areas are also typically included in these designs. If, however, you plan to construct an outdoor kitchen island, then it is important to make a list of the features that matter most to your design. If you already have a grill, then perhaps what you need is an area for food preparation. Stainless steel, granite and slate countertops all work well in an outdoor space and will hold up well in various conditions.
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