Indoor Outdoor Kitchens that Work Together

Indoor Outdoor Kitchens that Work Together

We love our outdoor kitchens and more home owners are looking for ways to merge their indoor and outdoor kitchen seamlessly to get the most out of both areas. Here are some tips and inspirational pics to help you achieve a great flow between indoor outdoor kitchens.

1. Consistent flooring

Keeping the flooring material the same from indoors to outdoors keeps a nice consistent flow and feel between the two kitchens. Although this is a less cost effective option (well it can be depending on the material) it’s a great way to merge the two areas together. Doing this will also create space between the two areas.

Indoor Outdoor Kitchens - flooring

Keeping the flooring material the same from indoors to outdoors keeps a nice consistent flow and feel between the two kitchens.

2. Picking the right palettes

When picking benchtop and cabinet colours you want to think about colours that work well in and outdoors. Light colours that complement natural surroundings and natural light work well.

Indoor outdoor kitchens - cabinets and benchtops

Indoor outdoor kitchens - colours

3. Features and framing

Think about what materials and features you can use to bridge the gap between the indoor and outdoor kitchen. It could be something bold like a thick black frame or perhaps something more subtle like a sleek timber frame.

Indoor outdoor kitchens - features and framing

4. Get cosy

If you’re looking to create a cosy vibe bridge the kitchen gap with beiges, blues, whites and textures. Utilise textured furniture like wicker chairs and hessian pillows.  Mixing modern and traditional materials means you can keep your kitchen modern but also enjoy the comfort with more traditional pieces of furniture and finishings.

Indoor outdoor kitchens - cosy setting

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