8. While it’s nice to hide the propane, built-in cabinets are generally optional—unless the grill is a long trek from the indoor kitchen. In that case, go for durable, weatherproof cabinets in stainless steel or a marine-grade polymer. In the kitchen shown here, painted teak doors below the grill and sink access the propane and plumbing, plus BBQ supplies. Add freestanding storage for less with a weatherproof cart on wheels.
Bottom Line: Finish the void under a built-in grill with doors to hide the propane tank and some grill supplies. Or just add a cart.