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Outdoor kitchen?

Discussion in 'Favorite Links' started by coltleader5, Sep 23, 2011.

  1. coltleader5

    coltleader5 New Member

    Well, obviously my husband and I are obsessed with the outdoors or we probably wouldn't even attempt this large scale project. :) When we aren't on our backpacking trips across the Northwest, we always talk about how we could bring the experience home. We think we figured out a way to do it. We want to build an outdoor living room and kitchen. We don't even know where to start so we need some help/advice. Has anyone ever tried to do this? I just did some searching online and found one website that could supply the outdoor cabinets and stuff but what about the other aspects like plumping, etc? It's a shot in the dark that anyone here can offer me good advice for this but it's worth a shot. Thanks for any help you can give us!
     
  2. Kayak Jack

    Kayak Jack Well-Known Member

    Is an outdoor kitchen and living room a little like a deck or patio? Looks pretty straightforward to me, but maybe I'm missing something.
     
  3. coltleader5

    coltleader5 New Member

    Um, kind of like a deck and patio but much more designed. I want there to be a stone wall with an oven, grill, couches, all built on it if you see what I'm saying
     
  4. Kayak Jack

    Kayak Jack Well-Known Member

    I'm thinking that this is a gal-type thing. A guy would have a charcoal or gas grill, some lawn chairs, and a beer. Stone walls and couches seem to be overkill to me, solving a problem that doesn't exist.
    But, then, I'm a guy, and I like the KISS principle. So, I encourage you to press on with your ideas, and please yourself without a bit about worrying what I think.
     
  5. loafer

    loafer Well-Known Member

    having an outdoor kitchen will certainly lead to plumping
     

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