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Outdoor Kitchen


planemanx15
planemanx15
planemanx15
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I'm an avid BBQ'er, so I decided one day to build myself an outdoor kitchen. After researching plenty of information I decided that I would like to have: lots of counter space, a nook for my kamado grill, weatherproof storage, and a sink.

The framework is all 2x4's covered with cement board. This is then covered with a fiberglass reinforced stucco. The counter is made of 3/4" ply, covered with cement board and tile I had from another project. The kamado nook is reinforced with its own framework, 3/4" plywood, cement board and stucco. The cabinet doors are made of ply, covered with cedar planks. These will be stained to match the tile on the counters.

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  • Methinks I should "steal" your fantastic idea. The materials you used are in my shed as left overs from the Pergola project I just finished. Great job!!!
    By Captainsursea, on January 30, 2019

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Outdoor Kitchen

by planemanx15
Sep 11, 2018
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I'm an avid BBQ'er, so I decided one day to build myself an outdoor kitchen. After researching plenty of information I decided that I would like to have: lots of counter space, a nook for my kamado grill, weatherproof storage, and a sink. The framework is all 2x4's covered with cement board. This is then covered with a fiberglass reinforced stucco. The counter is made of 3/4" ply, covered with cement board and tile I had from another project. The kamado nook is reinforced with its own framework, 3/4" plywood, cement board and stucco. The cabinet doors are made of ply, covered with cedar planks. These will be stained to match the tile on the counters.