Do you really need an outdoor kitchen, when you’ve got a perfectly good indoor kitchen already? Probably not, but you’d love one anyway, right? So can you justify adding another? I think so. After all, an outdoor kitchen does not have the same function as an indoor kitchen. Not really. An outdoor kitchen is about so much more than just cooking and eating. After reading this article, I think you’ll agree!
You like the idea spending more time in your yard and you want to create unique outdoor spaces. But you’re unsure about how to separate your yard into outdoor rooms. You’ve been living in rooms all your life, so you already know the basic elements that make up a room. There are ceilings and a floors, and usually walls, halls and doorways. These are all ideas you can easily relate to. So let’s take them outside.
The concept of outdoor living in our own back yards has exploded recently. We’ve made spending lots of time in our yards so much more inviting. We not only have decks and patios, but top of the line outdoor kitchens, outdoor living rooms with flatscreens and fire features, and outdoor work spaces where we’re using our laptops in an environment much more conducive to clear thought than any office ever could be.
Creating outdoor rooms is about making good use of your outdoor space. You can create an outdoor room whether you have lots or even just a little bit of outdoor space. Your outdoor rooms will be defined not only by the size of your space, but by budget, time constraints and imagination. We’ll consider elements essential to outdoor rooms as well as those that will make your outdoor rooms more functional & stylish.