Do kitchen ideas with indoor built in grill amaze you? Well, if so, it’s time to grill with family and friends into your house. Don’t let the weather prevent you from enjoying a good barbeque. When you just can’t get outside to grill, this solution is amazing! Using an indoor barbeque is a great way to bring the taste of grilling inside. Whether it is BBQ islands, a built in gas grill, or a fireplace! In fact, the possibilities are endless!
Indoor built in grill ideas
Chef Michael Chiarello’s kitchen with an indoor grill and a brick oven. Even the best of chefs find it extra convenient and helpful. In terms of decor, it can make your home look friendlier and cozier.
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Custom made kitchen by Chris Peterson. See how this beautiful indoor built in grill incorporates perfectly with all the wood style around the kitchen. Beautiful, isn’t it?
Here you can see a modern rustic kitchen, with white rectangular counter. What is worth mentioning though, is the disco ball effect on the ceiling. Amazing details that create a perfect transitional home decor.
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South France inspired kitchen design by Grange. Traditional, warm and comfortable yet functional kitchen idea.
The copper looks amazing!
Tertulia – Chef Seamus Mullen’s Spanish restaurant in New York. This was inspired by the spirit of the sidrerias of Northern Spain.
A custom designed and fabricated steel and brass hood enclosure shelters a hand built LaCornue range. Kitchen designed by Tracery Interiors in conjuction with John Bryan Hopkins.
Photo: Colleen Duffley
Earthy colors in indoor kitchen grills
Directly adjacent to the house’s interior kitchen, the porch’s kitchen is actually a grilling and prepping area. It features an outdoor grill, sink, countertop, dining table, and island. To give the grill a built-in look, Brad enclosed it in a brick surround that mirrors a real fireplace. The large island does double-duty as a prepping and serving surface, while the long antique farm table surrounded by easily movable chairs can accommodate any crowd.
Photo by: Tria Giovan, Styling by: Rebecca Omweg
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For the gourmet chef (or the not-so-gourmet chef who likes to show off), having a restaurant-style kitchen is a must. Professional-grade appliances, plenty of workspace and low-maintenance countertops. All these make preparing delicious meals a cinch. Designer Shane Inman wanted to give a top-notch, contemporary kitchen the comfort of a small cook space. The way to achieve that was by adding warm wood cabinetry and floor-to-ceiling tilework. Always in a slew of cozy, neutral hues.
This concrete – stone oven is to die for!Tags: indoor cooking equipment