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Outdoor Kitchen Island Build Plans

Outdoor Kitchen Island Build Plans

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Printable PDF woodworking plans for the outdoor kitchen island on wheels. 

Turn your barbecue area into a functional outdoor kitchen with this large rolling outdoor island. Island has lots of room for storage and seating. Does not include plans for the countertop, add any countertop you want.

See more details on the outdoor kitchen island here

Premium PDF Plans include:

  • Recommended Tools
  • Shopping list
  • Easy to read cut list table
  • Step-by-step instructions with 3D renderings
  • Helpful resources
  • BONUS: 3D SketchUp file

PLEASE NOTE: You are purchasing the digital files only, no actual product will be shipped. The build plans are delivered as a downloadable PDF that you can print or view on any device. 


What You'll Receive

Printable PDF Build Plans
Bonus SketchUp File

Finished Dimensions

69 1/2" wide x 35" deep and 33 1/2" tall

Materials Needed

(9) 2x4, 8’ long boards
(6) 1x4, 8’ long boards
(10) 5 1/2”, 6’ cedar fence pickets
(2) 3 1/2”, 6’ cedar fence pickets
2 1/2” pocket hole screws
1 1/4” finishing nails
Wood glue
Sand paper
Outdoor wood sealer
(4) 3” swivel castors with locks
38” x 72” countertop

Recommended Tools

Miter saw
Pocket hole jig
Impact driver (optional)
Finish nailer

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Samuel Gragg
My Outdoor Mirror Image Kitchen

My wife and I like to play a game "what would we buy with 1 million dollars?" Last time we played we got the idea for a mirror image of our kitchen, but on the deck on the other side of our kitchen wall.

When I found this plan, I realized we didn't need 1 million dollars. I just finished building the kitchen island which was our first step. It cost me about $120 to build (not including the counter) and probably took about 8 hours total time. We're going to use some leftover plywood and shelf liners from the dollar store for now, and this summer I'll try my hand at a concrete countertop. If all works out, I plan to add another piece using the same plan (minus the bar stools) each year until we finish the plan. Thanks so much for the inspiration!

Brandon Swartz

Outdoor Kitchen Island Build Plans

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