Prefab outdoor kitchen should be as functional and attractive as an indoor kitchen, with all the amenities you are used to. By incorporating design principles used for indoor kitchen, your outdoor kitchen to become a useful extension of your indoor living space.
Measure available outdoors using a tape measure. This space dictates what you can hold in your prefab outdoor kitchen. Select the devices you want in the space. Common options include a grill, skewers, small refrigerator, microwave, ice maker, wine fridge and smoking. Measuring devices to find the depth and breadth of each.
Pull out the space on a piece of graph paper using the measurements of your space. Suppose that a box of paper one square meter of actual space. Cut out equipment from a second piece of graph paper, using the width and depth of each device.
Create your layout with the floor plan and unit cut out, cut outs move around to help you visualize the distance. Your main devices, which include grill and refrigerator, should sit in a triangle with your work, which includes the sink if you use one. Prefab outdoor kitchen at least 4 meters but not more than 9 meters between each space. For example, would the fridge to sit next to the sink with four meters between the two and the grille sits above the floor between the two.