All residential lots must have sufficient construction envelope to meet the requirements of the Minimum Housing Code. Since there are so many possible aspects to creating an outdoor kitchen, it's best to start with a list of needs rather than desires. Perhaps you need spacious seats for a large family or a sink for multiple purposes (more on that later). If there's one thing we've learned about housing projects, it's that they always seem to require a larger budget than we imagined.
Remember this when deciding which features are most important to have in the space. In fact, outdoor kitchens require a bit of planning and you'd hate to get halfway through the project, only to realize that the money spent was a waste because you overlooked a crucial detail. Sometimes the side yard of a house can be more private than the backyard, think about what kinds of occasions you would use the kitchen and choose accordingly. Speaking of the sink (we already told you that we would talk about this again), it is a highly recommended outdoor kitchen item for several reasons.
After choosing and measuring the area, it is advisable to imagine how a kitchen would actually work in that place.