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Jun 6, 2014 6:03AM
You should check out My Outdoor Rooms on Houzz.com They build some really amazing outdoor kitchens and they are more affordable than most as they prepbuid them and you would be amazed at how awesome they look for prebuilt. They are concrete and real natural stone. Amazing product made by My Outdoor Rooms in Dothan Alabama
Jun 1, 2013 9:33AM
LMAO..I built a 16x16 paved stone patio, with a wood trellis overhead currently holding up six different types of grapes with a Fireplace using Red brick lined with real fire brick and a Hopi type Baking oven for less than $1000.00 so who needs to pay some extremely over priced rip off price of $10,000. to some smuck who goes out and buys all this ready made extremely overpriced pieces and sticks you literally with the bill. But hey, you asked for it by not being able to do it yourself...lols
Jun 1, 2013 7:48AM
buy a Weber Summit 6 burner grill , around $1400 & 4 bucks for some bricks at home depot for a pizza stone , you can cook , grill , smoke best grill out there buy a few lawn chairs & your rocking
Jul 23, 2012 8:53AM
As a designer of these things I can say that $10k is a bargain for an outdoor kitchen. Some of the grills alone are over $2k. (how well they actually cook is another subject ;)) Add in hardscaping, landscaping, appliances, and electronics and it adds up quickly. Yeah, a big screen outside seems pretty silly... until you have one. Then its the best thing since sliced bread. Imagine watching the first half of the football season outside by the grill and a fire. Of course, you can do the work yourself and save loads of cash, but who has the time for that? The people who own these work hard and want to play hard too. These are extensions of the home. Who wouldn't want an extra thousand square feet of living space right off of the living room. What would you pay to have an addition on the home with half as many amenities and none of the ambiance of being outdoors?
Jun 16, 2012 8:50PM

What you need is good a man.  An Outdoor Kingdom like the man cave is for your husband.  When he creates magic just for you.  You just set back and watch a dreamer create an amour.

Jun 16, 2012 8:34PM

8 of 12 is a dream cave of mine.  It has everything a man needs, if there is anyone out there who would like to help me make this happen, give me a shout.

Jun 16, 2012 7:06PM

I was hired as a personal chef to bbq ribs for 55 people in a home outdoor kitchen similar to some of these and the grill was terrible.  It didn't heat properly.  It cooked unevenly.  I'm just saying....



Jun 16, 2012 6:39PM
So this article is on "Affordable" outdoor spaces......the last three... $50k, $50k, $120k.....That's affordable???    What's a $3k space....The Slums!?!?  
Jun 16, 2012 5:16PM
We really enjoy ours and use it year round, snow wont keep me from getting out there.....and for what we paid to have it built was well worth to us and the extra room is great for entertaining when we have a lot of people over. If you can afford to do this you won't regret it....$26,000 and three years later we still are happy with the decision.
Jun 16, 2012 4:39PM
I love cooking outside in the summer.. i am always making my favorite ribs.. these asian bbq ribs that i found on a hilarious food site.. I won't tell you the name of it here cause some of you will freak out on me.. it's a bit unpc.. but if you search for "whipped and beaten culinary works" you can find it.. but seriously, don't go if you can't take a good joke or if you get offended easily...
Jun 16, 2012 4:34PM
very nice but pricey - 10-15 grand sure out of my range.  I will opt for a 189.00 grille on my lawn. instead of a grand outdoor kitchen that i could only use 4-5 months a year.
Jun 16, 2012 3:45PM
Very beautiful!.....but not really possible on a Kindergarten teacher's salary! 
Jun 16, 2012 3:42PM

I can't even afford a deck or a patio for my grill. let alone all the rest....


Jun 16, 2012 3:29PM
Why on earth would I want to create yet another place in my home to slave over a hot cooking apparatus??  Are you nuts??
Jun 16, 2012 3:07PM
If $10,000-$50,000 is affordable for an outside kitchen, I must be living on another planet.  That's insane!  Priorities are in the wrong order.
Jun 16, 2012 2:53PM
Got anything on a poor mans budget?  All are nice but who can afford these, the rich and famous.

Jun 16, 2012 2:42PM
For those who can afford this luxury, great! For those who can't, or who live in a climate where actually using the outdoor kitchen is difficult during the sub-zero months (like WI, where I am), who cares? A grill is a great option and our outdoor space is what we make it! We WILL have a great meal and a great time without great payments!!
Jun 16, 2012 2:03PM

ppl who know how to budget can still make this happen, economy problems or not.


Jun 16, 2012 12:44PM
I love cookin outside and I dont need one of these fancy outside kitchens to make my food taste great ..All I need is a good gas or charoal grill If you know how to grill. Your food will taste great weather you cook it on one of those fancy kitchens or on a 70 or 80 dollar grill that you can buy at any store,,,
Jun 16, 2012 12:16PM
I watch HGTV and the outdoor space on the shows is amazing. I love to grill out in the summer months, and wish i could afford an outdoor kitchen. They are very expensive. I can only afford a charcoal or gas grill for my patio,
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