In the heart of the beautiful Hampshire countryside and we
have just completed this stone-built outdoor kitchen that looks absolutely incredible.
In this blog post you'll actually see the whole process from start to finish as we built it, we'll show you the materials we've used and all the appliances that we've put in.
We have a blank canvas here, the shelter that's just been completed and the patio has just been completed as well, they've got porcelain slabs down there we've got this beautiful oak structure that has just been finished.
We're going to be putting an outdoor kitchen underneath here it's going to be an L-shaped kitchen it's going to feature a monolith kamado and it's going to have a sink and an integrated fridge. The customer has got their own pizza oven and we are going to be building it using some beautiful Purbeck stone.
To the left you can see the stone, so this is a Purbeck stone it's got a tumbled finish on the outside but it's been cut on the top and the bottoms so it's got a uniform size, they're slightly longer than bricks but the same height.
On the right you can see the kitchen is taking shape, you can see how it's going to look now and see Alex our bricklayer working his magic.
The bricklayers have been here for two days doing that and you can now see the structure of the outdoor kitchen. So just to run through, you can see it's an L shape, leading from the right to left. First off, the worktop will be cut out to accommodate a sink and tap, there is an opening for a door underneath, to the left of that we're going to have a single fridge. Left of that there is space for a two drawer unit. The client's going to have their pizza oven in the corner.
On the left hand return, we'll be fitting a Beefeater double cupboard access cupboard for space to store the gas bottle and regulator. Above the cupboard we'll have a side burner fitted in to the worktop and the lower level on to far left there is space for monolith Kamado oven.
We think you'd agree it's starting to look really really nice.
After this it was over to the worktop guys to laser template the worktops and to get them cut to size.
The client is going for Dekton worktops here, this one is called liquid shell, made from recycled porcelain.
It's a man-made material really, excellent for outside and it comes in a variety of colours and this one is just this beautiful sort of creamy sandy finish and it just it works so so well with the the Purbeck stone and outdoor stainless steel doors and draws.