Make Most of Your Client’s Small Backyard
As a contractor, no project is ever too big or too small to tackle. It’s your duty to ensure your clients are getting the most out of their space and being left with a final result that exceeds their expectations. However, these small projects can often bring challenges requiring us to think outside of the box. Make the most of your client’s small backyards by following these tips:
Include Multifunctional Pieces
Consider treating the outdoor space as you would with any room inside a home. In an outdoor kitchen, this principle should be taken even further as functionality is the main goal. Including multifunctional pieces in both the appliance setting and furniture will extend the use of the space, along with making the area more inviting and capable. This could be an outdoor rated ice drop in ice chest that chills ice while providing ice for consumption, or stools that could be used as tables.
Create a Cozy Environment
Use the small outdoor space to advantage by maximizing elements of comfort and coziness for your client and their guests to enjoy. Including an outdoor fireplace is a great way to introduce a warmth to the area. When working with a small space, it’s important to remember to do include too many components, as you want to avoid feeling cramped.
The Flow of Design
Planning a layout that makes sense with the space is the best place to start. Keeping the zones together, such as the cool zone of refrigerator and ice makers, will allow easy functionality. How the kitchen flows can make or break a space, either bringing a level of comfort or over-crowdedness.
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