Silo Kitchen at Sunnyside Farms

There is not a lot of information out there about turning an old grain silo into an outdoor kitchen so I thought I would share what we did.  It took about two months to get it taken apart and put back together.  Putting in the plumbing for the sink and power was the most time consuming.  But we love it so much!

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We wanted to be able to open it up for a bar, but also  close it down to keep it as clean as possible inside.  We finally settled on old windows that are hinged at the top and swing up.  We have old iron rods that we put in place to hold the windows up.   We will be adding a bar that goes under the windows also.silo-222

 

I love the “American” signage and the fun string lights we put up.  silo-226

 

Some friends of ours had recently purchase an old home they were renovating and gave us this old door.  silo-227silo-244silo-247

 

 

The inside will be a work in progress but right now it’s functional.  We lucked out and found a fridge for $25 on Craigslist and our son built me this adorable cabinet for my birthday.

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