Outdoor Natural Stone Kitchen
A kitchen made of natural stone for the Garden
Outdoor cooking is a theme for four seasons. In spring, with the first rays of sunshine, men love grilling. For the summer party, the equipment of the outdoor kitchen is an advantage until late at night. In autumn you roast chestnuts there and the hardliners even meet for a winter punch in the outdoor kitchen. The kitchen in the garden is the most fun when it is properly thought out and planned.
People love the gardens because they feel comfortable there. No matter whether you relax in the green or celebrate. The outdoor kitchen should have more and new reasons to use the garden. Many outdoor kitchens incorporate a fireplace. This makes sense for the colder days and brings coziness in the evening. Other kitchen variants are even covered – this is practical in the event of a sudden shower and provides shade if necessary. Thanks to numerous storage spaces and drawers in many outdoor kitchens, tableware logistics are also made easier and the tedious hauling of utensils is reduced. So if you have a lot of space outside, you can expand your living space in the garden if you establish the outdoor kitchen for yourself.
Harmoniously integrated into the garden
A garden usually stands for pure nature: after all, there are lawns, various plants and maybe a pond. The outdoor kitchen should fit in perfectly here. To do this, it not only has to be weatherproof but ideally also contains natural materials. Many outdoor kitchens are therefore designed from natural stone components. The cladding is often made of natural stone masonry. The slab floor in front of the kitchen also looks good with natural stones. Numerous travertines are used here by outdoor kitchen enthusiasts. Incidentally, the kitchen worktop is a central element in the whole design and has a lot of influence on the overall effect. Natural stone is also interesting on the worktop because of its weathering resistance, strength, and naturalness. But then please pay attention to scratch resistance, which is guaranteed, for example, by granite.
Conclusion: If the garden offers a lot of space and you like to cook outside anyway, the outdoor kitchen integrated into the garden is almost a must. Otherwise, you should think again, not least because of the high costs.