I like the shape of this outdoor kitchen, the way the counter "steps-up" to double as a bar or eating area. I like the way the grill area just flows into the rest of the counter space with the "U" shape.
I like the bar here, especially the backside and how they used the space for the sink and refrigerator. Having the two counter sections perpendicular to each other looks good.
I like how the bar is covered in stone...if we get to have stone on our wall in place of the siding, I'd love to be able to use the same stone to go around the outside of the bar area and cabinets.
I like the "L" shape with kitchen and bar.
Here's something we hadn't thought of...the kitchen and bar are all one unit...only problem is that no one could sit on the grill end when we are grilling, or they would have the grill lid in their face! Also doesn't leave a spot for the vent above the grill...but it's another way of thinking that I hadn't come up with.
I really like the "U" shape, just not sure our porch is wide enough once people are sitting in those chairs at the bar and the chairs are pushed back a little.
Like the bar / kitchen area on the left!
I like this, but I don't think our porch is wide enough...
Interesting way to curve the counter around...
This is what I was originally thinking for the outdoor kitchen shape...
I like the shape of the counter top / bar / kitchen area.
I like the shape of this outdoor kitchen / bar and I like the stone work around the kitchen and bar.
The shape of this bar / counter is interesting! I like that it has a few angles instead of a straight boring traditional bar!
The way the flooring is installed - minimal (and dark) grout lines and tiles are staggered like a hardwood floor.