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Rustic Outdoor Summer Kitchen

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(www.oldworldgardenfarms.com )When we first started to put down some initial designs on paper – one thing we didn't want was a typical brick, mortar or stone outdoor kitchen. We wanted something unique, and we wanted it to match the existing barn and reclaimed brick patio. Even more – we wanted to make it from the left over recycled barn materials we already had on hand. The only other requirement was to make sure we had enough counter space on each side to be able to easily prepare food straight from the garden to the grill.
We finally decided on a simple straight line island design. 14′ long, with a 48″ grill and burner slide-in space in the middle. Each side would then be flanked by 5 foot overhanging counters. We made the width of the counter 34″ to give extra surface room to prepare and serve foods. With limited time before a looming barn party– we opted for a simple wooden top for now to match the farm table – however- as future time allows – we really want to replace with some stained concrete countertops.
THE BUILDING PROCESS
We first built a simple 2 x 4 stud frame, leaving a 48″ space in the middle and front for the grill and burners to slide in. We used treated wood for the bottom to sit on the brick pad – and then built the rest from standard 2x lumber. Next -we encased the inside of the grill area with cement board to protect the structure from the heat of the grill. Then sided the entire structure with more of the left over corrugated roofing and trimmed it out to match the barn.
All that was left was to slide in the grill – attach the top and the outdoor kitchen project was complete!
Jim and Mary - www.oldworldgardenfarms.com
  • Jan P
    Jan P Windsor, CT
    on Aug 11, 2012

    Oh great - now here is ANOTHER awesome idea for my backyard re do!!! It looks great - and yes - we need a new grill!!! Thanks for sharing!!

  • Suzy @ Worthing Court Blog
    Suzy @ Worthing Court Blog Greensboro, NC
    on Aug 11, 2012

    This looks great! I love the use of corrugated roofing.

  • FunkyJunk Interiors - Donna
    FunkyJunk Interiors - Donna Canada
    on Aug 12, 2012

    Fabulous! I really LOVE the look of the metal clad siding. The perfect treatment for outdoors too!

  • Tina @ Repurposed Life
    Tina @ Repurposed Life Roff, OK
    on Aug 12, 2012

    Awesome! This looks really great. We to have used tin inside and outside our home!

  • Donna C
    Donna C Manchester, NH
    on Aug 12, 2012

    Great job and the use of recycled materials - even more impressive.

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