Outdoor kitchens are stunning to cook and eat outside, it makes your meal ever better but what if you don’t have enough space for it? Or just don’t want to spoil the landscape somehow? Then today’s roundup will save you! Design your kitchen so that you had a possibility to open it to outdoors at any time when you want it. As indoor-outdoor living is extremely popular now, such kitchens are veyr much on trend, too, besides, they are a solution when you don’t have enough outdoor space. But how to design an indoor-outdoor kitchen?
Pass Through Windows
A pass through window is a traditional idea that has always been and will always be on in case you have a mild or warm climate. You design a folding or garage window, an outdoor windowsill and palce some stools outdoors getting a cool outdoor-indoor meal space. This is a simple solution that won’t cost you a lot and will help both spaces merge. Such an idea allows you to always have a small outdoor meal space at hand, even if there’s literally no space for it.
a white house with a pass through window and tall stools that is a great idea to serve some drinks and meals outdoors
a kitchen with a glazed wall that is a folding window that is a pass through one, with a windowsill and tall metal stools to eat outdoors
a pass through window is a lovely idea to open your kitchen to outdoors and to have meals and drinks outdoors
a pass through folding window is the easiest and most traditional way to open the kitchen to outdoors and make your space connected to it
a kitchen with a pass through window and tall stools and a folding window that allow eating outdoors whenever the weather is fine
a kitchen with a pass through window and an outdoor windowsill as a floating table is a great idea to eat outdoors when the weather allows
an industrial space with a concrete windowsill, a roll up window, metal and wood stools looks bold and catchy
a sliding window with a black windowsill and some stools to have drinks here, potted blooms for creating an ambience
a foldable window with a windowsill and black stools plus black lanterns to compose a nice outdoor eating space
a desert-inspired boho chic space with a dark-stained windowsill and black modern stools
a cozy white pass through space with a narrow windowsill and black stools plus a real dining zone
The most popular idea is making a glass wall that also works as doors, so you can open it when you need and enjoy fresh air. It can be a sliding wall, several usual or pivot doors, a garage door or a roll up one. You can also make a screen wall that can be raised when you need fresh air, and one of the walls of your kitchen will kind of disappear. Fully glazed walls with large windows to open are also a good idea, and you may get not just one glazed wall but more or all of them! You may also combine the previous solution – a pass through window – with a glazed wall on the other side. Get inspired by these and many other stylish ideas below!
an elegant modern kitchen with sleek neutral cabinets, a chic dining zone with a stained table and black chairs and a glass wall with a sliding door