After you’ve chosen the parts you want to use, you can draw up a design using the measurements. Most commonly either a solid brick or cut stone structure or by making a wooden frame, waterproofing it and adding the siding of your choice, whether it’s brick or old postage stamps. You will want to make sure your structure is as sturdy as it can be since it will more than likely be holding up a considerable amount of weight.
Notching the vertical 2 x4’s for better support of the horizontal ones will add some extra stability and doubling 2x4 around where the grill or other heavy appliances for extra support of heavier appliances is a good idea as well. After you’ve built your frame add your cut plywood and cement backer board. The backer board is to waterproof and better insulate the structure. After this apply your choice of siding. If you’re laying tile, stone, stucco or brick. Choose your countertops or makes some of your own, add your kitchen parts and you’re ready to go. An over head roof of some kind wouldn’t be bad idea; especially on those rainy days you really want a flame broiled steak or hamburger.
If you’re serious about designing and building an outdoor kitchen, a good place to start looking for parts would be companies like R.H. Peterson, Fire Magic, sun grills, Cal Flame, Firestone offer up top quality. Name like sun grill not only quality stainless steel (which is used by professionals) grills, but also a huge variety of stainless accessories such as cabinets, side burners, re-fridgeration units, smokers and charcoal drop ins.
There are many websites online that you can find which offer great products, often times to make sure the convenience of ordering from your computer remains good in quality, free shipping and telephone or chat service is made available to you.