An average summer kitchen is a deck with a sink and a set of relevant furniture, and utensils.
As an option, you may add here a stove for pies and pizzas, a fireplace, a grill, a small fridge, or a bar stand.
The place for country summer kitchen should be chosen so that there was a convenient intercommunication with a house.
So summer kitchens are traditionally divided into two classical types with a lot of intersections. The first basic type is an open area, taken outside the house.
The household appliances and cabinets may be open-air, or located under some roof (canopy or shelter) which is artistically decorated in this or that style.
If this variant doesn’t imply a roof over the heads of people who are having dinner or cooking, beforehand you have to see about hermetical coverings for a stove and frying panel of barbecue.
A small umbrella or canopy over a sink occurs to be quite useful as well.
The cabinets, usually taken out, are mostly old or made from materials that will not suffer from heavy rain or morning fog with cold dews.
The second basic variant is a summer kitchen, organized on the veranda, in the annex or mansard, in the garage.
Sometimes this space is combined with a fully-featured dining area from 5 to 15 square meters.
Summer kitchen being annexed you might wish to make it closer to a natural variant. If so, you are welcome to use such design ideas as big windows, much glass, plants, stone floors, decor, wooden wall panels, ceiling and facades of cabinets.
In the end, it must be emphasized that a summer kitchen can be arranged in any style, you like. The main point is that this area couldn’t be empty and the owners always would have good feeling while cooking and having a rest here.
If you still haven’t made up a certain image, just look through the photos presented below.