Straight Island


Straight outdoor grill stations or islands are perfect for small spaces. They can be built on patio’s perimeter or along an existing exterior wall. You can also add a detached, parallel bar or refreshment station.

L-Shape Bar-Island


L-Shape outdoor kitchen/bar-islands, similar to a Straight island can work well in small to medium size spaces and can be located on perimeter of a patio. L-Shape layouts are a great way to add convenient prep and bar space.

U-Shape Kitchen


U-Shape outdoor kitchens are the ultimate in prepping, cooking and entertaining outside. A U-Shape requires a medium to large space. The U-Shape also offers convenience of all appliances, utilities and components in one place.


Steaks, BBQ, refreshments, salad bars, and more! Your new outdoor kitchen can be expertly designed to fulfill your every wish.

Outdoor kitchens are becoming a popular and trending feature for outside spaces that can be used year-round in warmer regions. Today's outdoor kitchens are much more elaborate than the built-in barbecues of patios past. It is not unusual to see gourmet appliances, oversized grills, wood-fire pizza ovens, and tile or granite countertops. Plumbing and electrical lines allow for conveniences such as sinks, lighting, ceiling fans, and plenty of outlets for appliances, such as blenders.

If you are considering adding an outdoor kitchen to your backyard, keep reading to learn the biggest advantages of this investment.

1. Increases Resale Value

Outdoor kitchens are considered a luxury feature, which can make your home more marketable if you decide to sell it. When compared to other outdoor projects, such as building a garage addition, outdoor kitchens have a high rate of return on your investment.

If you do not have a large backyard, be sure to consider the size of your outdoor kitchen. Many prospective home buyers appreciate having open outdoor space that is not used up by permanent outdoor structures, such as kitchens and pools.

2. Easy and Experimental Cooking

Not only do outdoor kitchens allow the flexibility of not always cooking indoors, they also let you be healthier and more adventurous in what you prepare. Grills , smokers , and outdoor fireplaces/ovens are perfect for fun recipes and unique techniques that are not as conducive to indoor cooking, such as cooking directly over fire.

Best of all, an outdoor kitchen keeps cooking grease, odors, smoke, and heat outside—a big plus during sweltering summer months.

3. Extends Living and Entertaining Spaces

It seems like we are always trying to make more room for gathering with friends and family. Spilling over into the outdoors is the most logical way to host large groups. People have more room to spread out, and the backyard provides a relaxed atmosphere.

When your outdoor lounge furniture or patio dining sets are combined with an outdoor kitchen, food preparation becomes a group activity, and nobody is stuck indoors cooking while everyone else is visiting outdoors. Whether you like to host intimate dinners or lively parties, an outdoor kitchen makes it easier and more laid-back.

Outdoor Kitchens

Outdoor kitchens have become a fixture in the backyard. When building, you want to consider the size of your patio, deck or space where your outdoor kitchen will be located. It is important to make sure that the outdoor kitchen footprint is proportional to your space - providing enough room to walk around and congregate. The three most common outdoor kitchen configurations are Straight (S-Series), L-Shape (L-Series) and U-Shape (U-Series). The following Standard Layout and Options guide combines these configurations with different appliance packages.