Outdoor Kitchen Designs Featuring Pizza Ovens, Fireplaces And Other Cool Accessories

Outdoor kitchens are quite common as part of traditional houses’ designs. They’re basically an extension of the interior living spaces and a wonderful place to spend time during summer. Some are fitted with things like pizza ovens, fireplaces or grills and this makes them perfect for entertaining.

FEATURING PIZZA OVENS.

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This outdoor kitchen has more than just a simple pizza oven. It’s fully equipped with everything necessary and more and it also has a very beautiful design. The stone suits the whole décor beautifully.

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This is a patio with a beautiful outdoor kitchen featuring a perfect design for entertainment. Invite your guests over for a delicious home-made pizza and some drinks.

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Outdoor kitchens don’t necessarily have to be exposed. This one has a roof and it’s covered in order to protect the appliances and the furniture.

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Pizza ovens usually fit best in the corner so you can design your outdoor kitchen having this element as a starting point. From there you can also add some counter space and maybe a bar.

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This Mediterranean outdoor kitchen sits nicely off ground level and this lets it offer some really nice views. It’s equipped with a pizza oven and plenty of storage space.

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It would be useless to have a pizza oven in your outdoor kitchen if there’s not enough space for everyone to sit down and enjoy it. So it would clever to use the prep space as a bar or table.

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The stainless steel appliances and the minimalist pizza oven design suit the whole modern look of this outdoor kitchen quite nicely. Also, the color palette is very beautifully chosen and it gives the space a natural and organic feel.

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Modern patio featuring a beautiful kitchen protected by a partial roof. It has a pizza oven, stove and it features an interesting combination of materials and textures.

FEATURING FIREPLACES.

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A fireplace is always a wonderful focal point, whether it’s indoors or outdoors. This stone fireplace is part of an outdoor kitchen’s design and a comfy sitting area has also been arranged in front of it.

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Incorporating a fireplace into an outdoor kitchen’s design is easy and natural. In this particular case, there’s a very cohesive look thanks to the use of the same material throughout.

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A spacious deck provides plenty of space for an outdoor kitchen, maybe a bar and a comfortable and cozy sitting area. If you also add a fireplace then you have a perfect entertainment space.

COVERED.

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To avoid damaging the appliances and the furniture, having a roof to protect your outdoor kitchen is a wonderful idea. This patio, for example, is a lovely extension to a traditional house.

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You could also have a covered deck which you can use an extension of your indoor living space. If you also consider installing a kitchen here you won’t have to move back and forth between the spaces to get what you need.

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A beautiful example of a contemporary residence featuring a covered outdoor living space with kitchen. There are spotlights embedded into the roof and part of it is made of glass.

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Depending on the style you have chosen for your home, the outdoor kitchen and living spaces would most likely have to match the design. A traditional house could have a patio similar to this one: stone oven and fireplace and simple wood furniture with wicker chairs.

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If you prefer a more sumptuous design then you can install columns and a dramatic chandelier. This design has a strong Mediterranean feel, especially considering the arched forms and the columns that support the roof.

PERGOLAS.

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A pergola could also be an interesting idea fo an outdoor kitchen. This one has a traditional design and the pergola allows it to better integrate into the garden landscape.

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You can, of course, adapt the traditional design and structure of the pergola to suit the style of your home. This is a Mediterranean outdoor kitchen with a design focusing on the contrast between materials and colors.

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Modern homes can also easily integrate classical pergola designs into their structure. In fact, a more traditional approach can add charm to the whole design and can make the patio feel more inviting.

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The pergola provides you with a nice opportunity to also add some greenery to your outdoor patio. Climbing plants can beautifully decorate the columns and even the roof and you can also use them to camouflage the walls.

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