Wife's big idea!!!
"Yeah, honey, let's build an outdoor kitchen."
I had NO idea what I was getting myself into when I said, "Sure, dear."
My build is officially COMPLETE!!! It has been a long road, but the end results were definately worth it.
I first want to thank Bryan for hosting such a great site. Also, for picking my project as the winner of the Yardshare contest. I hope the finished product lived up to the expectations!!
If anyone out there is contemplating building your own outdoor kitchen, GO FOR IT!! The hardest part is getting started. Please use my photos and all the other great photos of other builds on here, and take the plunge!! The end results are worth all the effort!! C-Ya!!! Thanks, Mike
Medium (1,000 - 5,000 sq ft.)
Step by Step Project
Stone / Rock
1 of 30: Here comes da mud!!
2 of 30: Channel drain installed
7 of 30: Future firepit/sitting area
9 of 30: Let the framing begin!!
10 of 30: Sink/cooler section
11 of 30: Vents, vents, vents!!!
12 of 30: Sink/cooler section at its' home
13 of 30: Notice upper vent under overhang
17 of 30: Gas grill/propane drawer section
19 of 30: Propane drawer vented top & bottom, totally sealed off from any ignition sources
21 of 30: Holes to screw feet to HB
23 of 30: Leveling feet fab.
24 of 30: Leveling feet installed!
25 of 30: Utilities: drain, water, (2) speaker runs, (2) seperate electrical circuits
26 of 30: (left) Hardiboard screws
(right) metal stud screws
27 of 30: Concrete slopes alot!!
29 of 30: L to R, wood grill, gas grill, sink/cooler
30 of 30: End view of cooking sections