Once you`ve plotted out the size of your cabinet fixtures, you`ll need to decide on style. There are endless options, but a good place to start is to determine if you want your cabinets to reflect the overall style of your home and the rest of your outdoor living space, or if you want them to be a unique design that adds visual flair. Either way, a range of finishes and styles are available at many home improvement stores, from wood to plastic to stone, and you should have no trouble finding a style that suits your design aesthetic.
Lastly, you`ll just need to decide who`s installing your cabinets. You can do it yourself and save money (but you`ll need some expertise) or you can hire a contractor to install your outdoor cabinets—this will cost more but you`ll likely end up with a sturdier and longer-lasting end product.
Start your outdoor kitchen design by making a list of must-have items. These could include a grill, sink, an island, gas cooktop, pizza oven, dining space or a bar. If you`re worried about being budget-friendly, split your list into necessities and extras and make changes as your design and budget take shape.
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