Modular kitchen cabinet is perfect for all year round

If you’ve been thinking of ways to renovate your backyard entertainment area, a modular outdoor kitchen is the standard solution you are looking for.

Not only does it save you time and money investing in a summer project, it also allows you to customize your outdoor space to suit your lifestyle. Prepare to make the most of the space you have without feeling tied to a concept or area in your home. Sleek and stylish, a modular outdoor kitchen creates the perfect atmosphere for al fresco dining, especially after spending a year indoors. And hosting just gets easier and a lot more fun when you are able to chat without having to walk inside to check out dinner!

Wondering where to start? Look no further: Pottery Barn’s modular Indio Metal Kitchen fits perfectly into your summer plans – and beyond. The compact unit, which can be purchased as individual parts, is available in several configurations, including a kit with space for a mini-fridge and a two-door cabinet. There’s also a version with a single-door cabinet and two deep drawers, perfect for stacking dinnerware sets – not to mention a matching island if you have a little more space.

Roll out your bar cart and pull up a chic dining room chair to complete your dreamy outdoor oasis. Below we’ve added a few more staples to add to your shopping list. Get ready for your neighbors to look over the fence with envy!

Genesis II SX-335 grill

Weber
homedepot.com

$ 1,349.00

Presrv outdoor beverage cooler

Presrv outdoor beverage cooler

zephyr
bestbuy.com

$ 1,499.00

Series 7 grill rotisserie and side burner

Series 7 grill rotisserie and side burner

DCS
woodlanddirect.com

$ 4,999.00


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