How To Design Your Own Portable Outdoor Kitchen
It doesn’t take thousands of dollars to enjoy an outdoor kitchen. Take a little ingenuity and a few sturdy pieces of wood to make your own portable outdoor kitchen that can easily be rolled inside when not in use.
Start with the Base
When you start with a solid base, the rest of the job is simple. This model begins with 4 2X2 boards that are 4-foot long. These will be the vertical pieces that hold up your counter top. Depending on the length and width of your desired outdoor kitchen, cut a frame for the bottom and one of the same dimensions for the top. Keep the bottom pieces at least 10-inches from the very end so you can support a shelf for storage.
Anything from wood slats to boards of synthetic stone can be used for the sides. Place a set of rollers on one or both ends of your kitchen for easy movement. You can place a grill or wood cook top on one end, a sink on the other end, and leave space in between for food preparation. Use materials that compliment your patio or get really creative and build a matching bar with stools.
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