The Draco Grills DRA5015 is a Double Door Cabinet that will look fantastic in your garden while also allowing you to cook and party with Draco Grills' stunning Reclaimed Teak Outdoor Kitchen.
This unit, made entirely of reclaimed Teak, has plenty of storage, making it great for anyone looking for simple sophistication in their garden, keeping anything you might need to cook or serve with out of sight and away from the elements.
The reclaimed Teak has a sleek, contemporary appearance thanks to its flowing grain lines.
The cabinet has 1 shelf inside on each half, encased behind a soft closing Teak panel door and allowing both little & large items to be kept inside (e.g. cooking utensils, cutlery or crockery). All within a sturdy Reclaimed Teak frame, topped with a stunning Dark Stone Ceramic work surface.
When used with the 6 burner BBQ from this series, this add-on unit is fantastic since it adds flexibility as well as significant storage capacity to help accommodate for medium-sized to big gatherings. It can also be joined with other modular units to create a custom outdoor kitchen. Fridges, sinks, cupboards, and drawers are all well-made and reasonably priced.
Because this Draco Grills Outdoor Kitchens series is made entirely of reclaimed Teak, each panel, frame, and unit is unique!
Its high concentration of natural oils and minerals shields it from water, rot, insect infestation, fungal decay, and mildew; necessitating almost no upkeep.
If you take care of your Teak kitchen, it will survive for many years.
Teak is a natural material; thus, variations in colour, grain, and other natural qualities are to be expected, especially when using 100% reclaimed Teak.
When your new Teak units arrive, they might be finished in surface oil. This is normal, and any residue will be removed within 7 - 10 days as your units adjust to their new surroundings.
It is critical to note that every timber component utilised in your Teak units will gradually age, exhibiting the silver-grey patina of Teak. Teak treatment applied from the top can help preserve the timber's original golden lustre and keep it from deteriorating over time.
Because the British climate is unpredictable, checking or cracking may occur occasionally, particularly on the end grain. Shocks to air temperature and humidity, especially in the summer, can generate these cracks, which symbolise the opening & closing of the grain. This is normal and should have no detrimental influence on the durability or longevity of your kitchen units.
We recommend that all moving components and fittings be checked on a regular basis, lubricated and tightened as needed before use. Please note that brass-ware may tarnish in open air.