There are many ways to arrange an outdoor kitchen
, but here are three approaches to help you imagine the possibilities.
Basic island. You need a minimum of 4 linear feet for a small grill and sink. The counter should be at least 30 inches deep and 36 inches high.
L-shaped island. This configuration allows separate spaces for cooking and eating or preparing food.
U-shaped center. This three-part arrangement establishes distinct zones for food preparation, grilling, and eating. It can incorporate a house's exterior wall or form the core of a freestanding pavilion.
Restaurants and cafes are clad in marble, their tables marble-topped. Even the area's culinary specialty, Colonnata lard, is salt-cured between slabs of Carrara white marble.
In the Kitchen - Granite Worktops. Granite is formed from molton rock over millions of years making it very hard, durable, scratch resistant and an ideal material for the demands of a busy kitchen.