Here is a longer outdoor kitchen built with old recycled woods! It is something would be highly attractive for cooking-loving kids, given the fine dimensions and stylish features and above all the precious wooden look! Here first of all a bigger wooden counter has been made for this DIY pallet mud kitchen by filling flat the separated and resized straight lengths of pallets, here lower portions of the counter has been decided to be storage-friendly, so comes with built-in compartments!
The interiors of storage compartments have been made smoothing using plywood and then hinged doors have been installed to them to hide all stored in them! Counter top comes with a nicely fixed sink and stove and a separate cabinet has been built to manage the water-supply for the sink, the cabinet holds a water container inside that ends with a hose! Accent black outlines or borders, scorched wooden surfaces with brighter wood tone still visible through dark spots, really make this mud kitchen out of ordinary!
Here both wood and metal enhancements have been got in fresh conditions that is a bigger plus point here for so enchanting visual of this pallet mud kitchen!
The sub-cabinet built under the sink, comes with 2 hinged doors while cabinet under the stove comes with a single door added with a large metal handle and opens down!
Water container and hose has been set so that water from the house drops down exactly in the mid of the sink and the bottom of the sink has a drainage pipe linked to it that removed the water from backside of the mud kitchen!
Here you can see the drainage water outlet fixed in the backside, the erected backs have been added with hooks to hang the tools and kitchenware up also!
The outlines have been made appear in black by going with heat treatment to wood! Here this larger mud kitchen comes on 6 caster wheels so gains the smoother movements over the paved outdoor floors!
The doors have been installed with accent metal hinges and comes with accent knobs that help to open them effortlessly! This really something created beyond the imaginations using pallets!
Made by: Frank Thul