Kitchen & Bath Business Magazine Explores the Post-2020 Outdoor Kitchen

July 05, 2020
Kitchen & Bath Business
When exploring the options for creating socially-distanced outdoor spaces, Kitchen & Bath Business looks to the industry experts for the insights into the future of design. According to Russ Faulk, Kalamazoo's chief designer and head of product, "One trend in outdoor kitchens is breaking them apart. Rather than a monolithic kitchen, divide it into sections that serve different activities. Each section needs enough countertop to work with and a little bit of storage, but you can create more space between stations without breaking the bank by filling the spaces in between with prepping countertops. Keeping your grill, sink and pizza oven from being crowded together makes it a more enjoyable place to cook.”

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