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The smartest kit for outdoor cooks, chosen by Amelia Thorpe.
AGA Professional Wheeled Cooktop
With its circular solid-top cooking surface and vented lid, the AGA Professional Wheeled Cooktop, £3,950, allows you to grill, sear, roast, steam, stir-fry, smoke and bake, all in the great outdoors.
Officine Gullo OG Professional Grill 100
The OG Professional Grill 100 is an impressive barbecue with a 500sq cm (77sq in) grill area, three main stainless steel burners and integrated rotisserie and smoking systems. It can be customised in the colour of your choice, and costs £13,194.
The Garden Kitchen by Clive Christian
Created for cooking and entertaining alfresco, The Garden Kitchen by Clive Christian Furniture Co is crafted in Lancashire and inspired by yacht design, including the classic pinstriped deck. Made from naturally hardy ebonised iroko with a UV blocking lacquer, it is finished with marine-grade decorative hardware. Kitchen prices from £50,000.
Inspired by Argentinian asado-style cooking over a wood fire, the Everhot Grill, £2,195, has a large, height-adjustable cooking grill with the capacity to accelerate or slow the cooking process to suit your tastes.
Gaze Burvill’s A La Carte Vertical outdoor kitchen
Made in Hampshire by Gaze Burvill, the A La Carte Vertical outdoor kitchen combines high performance materials with alfresco appliances of your choice, including barbecues, pizza ovens and more. Kitchen prices from £30,000 including appliances.
Sub-Zero & Wolf ICBID-24RO indoor/outdoor refrigerator
Sub-Zero & Wolf offers a suite of outdoor appliances, including grills and warming drawers, and, shown here, ICBID-24RO indoor/outdoor refrigerator drawers, £5,580, designed to chill 71 litres of fresh foods, drinks and snacks between adjustable dividers.
Credit: Westbury Garden Rooms
Whether you’re dreaming of a place to enjoy what light there is as the rain pours down, or thinking about
Spending more time at home has inspired thousands of us to look at installing a garden room — Amelia Thorpe
Let there be light – conservatories, orangeries and garden rooms are sympathetic and practical ways to add extra space to
Architect John Comparelli has created a contemporary garden room to make the most of its pleasing outlook. Amelia Thorpe finds
Credit: Birdie Fortescue
If you’re thinking of getting a garden room built, or re-doing one which lies unloved and under-used, interior designer Birdie