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How to create a no-build outdoor kitchen

The instant outdoor kitchen for those who can't be bothered to build an outdoor kitchen, it's the Jumbuck 4 Burner ...

Position a table like this next to your barbecue and you have an instant counter top. Better yet, have two and position ...


Hanging baskets are great for growing herbs for cooking. The Penny Drops baskets pictured are hand-coiled using cotton ...

The perfect size fridge for tucking away underneath a table. Made of stainless steel with a recessed handle, the Bull ...

It's simple - to cook, you need light. Bring industrial charm outdoors with the Kmart solar cage string lights, which ...

A rustic tray can be used to serve food, house pot plants or store glassware and plates. The Ploughmans oval serving ...

If you're grilling meats, you're going to need an apron. Combining utility and bohemian spirit, this striped apron with ...

Dress up your outdoor serving space with a sturdy drink dispenser filled with cocktails or mocktails prepared in bulk. ...

Everyone loves pizza, even those with small backyards. Ideal for petite outdoor spaces, you can roll it in and then roll ...

The Metal Peel by Firebox is the essential accessory didn't know you needed for getting the pizzas out of your outdoor ...

Made of aluminium, powder coated and finished with a teak seat, the Max outdoor bar stool is built to last. Line then up ...

The centrepiece of the outdoor kitchen is the barbecue. If you don't have one, a good 'family' size option that won't ...

Store your barbecue equipment in style at the end of the day with aged rimu magnetic holders by Billdan Design.  The ...

Or if you'd like to go for a truly cost-cutting alternative to an outdoor fridge, there's always a grand-scale ice ...

The instant outdoor kitchen for those who can’t be bothered to build an outdoor kitchen, it’s the Jumbuck 4 Burner Outdoor Kitchen from Bunnings. It’s got it all – a cast iron cooking grill and hotplate, 430 grade stainless steel hood, fascia and sink with tap, an enamel coated firebox, warming rack, storage for your gas bottle, plus hose and regulator. $998 from Bunnings and you didn’t have to pick up a hammer.

Position a table like this next to your barbecue and you have an instant counter top. Better yet, have two and position the second so guests can sit on the other side with stools. Made of solid Teak, the Bali 203B folding table from I-Furniture is $199.

Hanging baskets are great for growing herbs for cooking. The Penny Drops baskets pictured are hand-coiled using cotton rope, and finished with wooden beads. $23 each from The Market NZ.

The perfect size fridge for tucking away underneath a table. Made of stainless steel with a recessed handle, the Bull 508mm compact outdoor refrigerator is $699.

It’s simple – to cook, you need light. Bring industrial charm outdoors with the Kmart solar cage string lights, which will turn on automatically when it gets dark. $17.

A rustic tray can be used to serve food, house pot plants or store glassware and plates. The Ploughmans oval serving tray from French Country Collections even has iron handles for extra oldtime charm. $159.

If you’re grilling meats, you’re going to need an apron. Combining utility and bohemian spirit, this striped apron with pocket from Trade Aid is $39.99

Dress up your outdoor serving space with a sturdy drink dispenser filled with cocktails or mocktails prepared in bulk. Terrace pave drink dispenser, $69.99 from Farmers.

Everyone loves pizza, even those with small backyards. Ideal for petite outdoor spaces, you can roll it in and then roll it away. The Jumbuck charcoal pizza oven from Bunnings is $249.

The Metal Peel by Firebox is the essential accessory didn’t know you needed for getting the pizzas out of your outdoor pizza oven. $34.99 from Mitre 10.

Made of aluminium, powder coated and finished with a teak seat, the Max outdoor bar stool is built to last. Line then up along the other side of your ‘counter top’ for an instant outdoor kitchen island. $218.99 from Cintesi.

The centrepiece of the outdoor kitchen is the barbecue. If you don’t have one, a good ‘family’ size option that won’t break the bank is the Weber Spirit Premium E-310. $1299 from Outdoor Concepts.

Store your barbecue equipment in style at the end of the day with aged rimu magnetic holders by Billdan Design. The holders are easily mounted onto smooth surfaces using a double sided, heavy duty mounting tape. $19.95 each from The Market NZ.

Or if you’d like to go for a truly cost-cutting alternative to an outdoor fridge, there’s always a grand-scale ice bucket to pop on your table top. This 20L metal drink cooler from Kmart is just $12.

A second kitchen outdoors is a big-ticket style statement in a home.

But they’re also just fun and look fabulous for entertaining.

You can shop and style your way to an outdoor kitchen, no builders required.

Take the minimal or the maximal approach. Bigger budgets can splurge on BBQ technology, smaller budgets can get creative with accessories.

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Here’s how to get the outdoor kitchen look with less money and time required.


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