An unusable space turned into a very usable space for entertaining friends and family - warm and inviting with open air for summer and closed in options for winter
Dressed pine timber
wall and hanging Lights
Louvre sliding doors
Plant pots and plastic plants
cabling and GPO's
Battery drill and reciprocating saw
Draw up design
Measured the area for available space
Mapped out design on Kaboodle graph paper
Conducted research on Bunnings web site to identify products
Set the budget
Purchase the materials
Prepare the area
Install sliding doors and carpet first
Install the Kaboodle kitchen
Wiring and lighting
Paint and accessories
Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @senseipaul. It's brilliant to have you join us, and many thanks for sharing your project.
You've created a wonderful alfresco space there, and I love the additional plants to green up the space. The timberwork on the wall is also a nice touch.
Many thanks for sharing, and great work.
Let me also extend my congratulations to you for creating a terrific alfresco area, @senseipaul. I love how you've created a space that can remain functional throughout the year.
How has it held up over time? And any words of advice to those who may be looking to design their own alfresco kitchen?
Thank you for sharing this terrific project once again. We look forward to seeing more of your work.
As good today as the day it was put in.
My advice would be - keep clear mind on your design, put it on paper, decide your materials and gather all resources before you start