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Creating an Outdoor Kitchen

In the last post I talked about dreams of an outdoor living space. I asked “how do you enjoy your outdoor area?” Did you come up with an answer, or did you start dreaming like I did? It is time to make that dream come true with the wonderful cabinetry and appliances designed for the outdoors. Take your party outside!

Outdoor cabinetry is a beauty in itself, with the crisp clean look of stainless steel. Add some stone around the stainless cabinets and you can create a warm and inviting kitchen area.

Danver Stainless Steel Cabinetry has created a wide range of cabinetry for the outdoors with industrial grade 20-gauge stainless steel. You can choose from 8 different door styles to achieve the ultimate look of your outdoor kitchen. Danver also provides mobile kitchen carts, floating shelves and pullout recycle/trash bins. Another great feature; these cabinets can stand up to the cold Wisconsin winters.

Don’t just entertain outside, take the whole kitchen with you. Subzero/Wolf appliances launched an outdor design guide to help with all your planning needs. They offer an under counter refrigerator, ice maker, gas grills, warming drawer, burner module, side burner and accessories to outfit any size kitchen.
Visit http://www.subzero.com/outdoorkitchen/ to get started.
After hearing the exciting news of an outdoor refrigerator and ice maker, I did have one question. Can we use it in Wisconsin? Rick Simler from Grand Appliance and TV was kind enough to answer this question for me. He states “During the winter months, the appliance should go into storage mode (either turn off or turn on low). Once the temperatures outside drop below the refrigeration temperature, the appliance will start to warm up the inside instead of keep cool.” Rick also mentions that items should be emptied from the appliance over the winter months, but the appliance can be stored outside in its original place. The refrigerator and ice maker can not be free standing and must be built-in to cabinetry.

Knowing my guests do not have to go in and out of the house for beverages, has me wanting to entertain a lot more. Take the entire party (guest and cooking) all the way outside!

Creating an Outdoor Kitchen

In the last post I talked about dreams of an outdoor living space. I asked “how do you enjoy your outdoor area?” Did you come up with an answer, or did you start dreaming like I did? It is time to make that dream come true with the wonderful cabinetry and appliances designed for the outdoors. Take your party outside!

Outdoor cabinetry is a beauty in itself, with the crisp clean look of stainless steel. Add some stone around the stainless cabinets and you can create a warm and inviting kitchen area.

Danver Stainless Steel Cabinetry has created a wide range of cabinetry for the outdoors with industrial grade 20-gauge stainless steel. You can choose from 8 different door styles to achieve the ultimate look of your outdoor kitchen. Danver also provides mobile kitchen carts, floating shelves and pullout recycle/trash bins. Another great feature; these cabinets can stand up to the cold Wisconsin winters.

Don’t just entertain outside, take the whole kitchen with you. Subzero/Wolf appliances launched an outdor design guide to help with all your planning needs. They offer an under counter refrigerator, ice maker, gas grills, warming drawer, burner module, side burner and accessories to outfit any size kitchen.
Visit http://www.subzero.com/outdoorkitchen/ to get started.
After hearing the exciting news of an outdoor refrigerator and ice maker, I did have one question. Can we use it in Wisconsin? Rick Simler from Grand Appliance and TV was kind enough to answer this question for me. He states “During the winter months, the appliance should go into storage mode (either turn off or turn on low). Once the temperatures outside drop below the refrigeration temperature, the appliance will start to warm up the inside instead of keep cool.” Rick also mentions that items should be emptied from the appliance over the winter months, but the appliance can be stored outside in its original place. The refrigerator and ice maker can not be free standing and must be built-in to cabinetry.

Knowing my guests do not have to go in and out of the house for beverages, has me wanting to entertain a lot more. Take the entire party (guest and cooking) all the way outside!