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Let’s put another shrimp on the Barbie…

We Brits love the outdoors but we only cook outside on that one day in the height of summer on a cheap and cheerful barbecue. There are lots of amazing and beautiful barbecues that will have the family running back for burgers and sausages, but with the unpredictable weather and the less laid back lifestyle it can somehow lose its magic.

But what if you have the space to design and create an outdoor kitchen? At Stephen Graver, we love to innovate and design products that transform living spaces and bring new life into your home.

Perfect for a bank holiday holiday weekend, or any day of the week for that matter, we’ve focused on the great outdoors with a stylish and practical outdoor kitchen designed for all weathers. We have created something with a focus on saving space and which also inspires the confidence to cook all year round!

Within the external cedar cladding you will find beautiful, bespoke, fitted cabinetry designed to withstand the elements. In this example the barbecue of choice is a Beefeater Signature 3000S, which features 5 burners, a tapenyaki plate, a built in analogue temperature and a lid with a glass viewing window so you can watch your food being cooked to perfection. We’ve even used granite worktops to add an air of luxury but we haven’t forgotten the practical touches either, it also features a stainless steel sink and tap, wire pull out and a small fridge.

The door to our outdoor kitchen doubles as a shelter from the elements. It allows you to cook with both hands with no need to balance an umbrella over your shoulder whilst you do so. When shut, the robust door closes off the typical British weather and provides protection and security to all the internal features.

Don’t like our prototype? Have no fear, it can be designed to your heart’s desire whether you want less or more, bigger or smaller not to mention the unlimited choice of finishes.

This outdoor kitchen can become truly unique to you so why not get in touch us and find out how?


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