How To Build A LEGO Outdoor Patio Kitchen DIY Tutorial

How To Build A LEGO Outdoor Patio Kitchen DIY Tutorial


Let’s build a LEGO patio kitchen
complete with barbecue, outdoor, sink patio furniture and foliage let’s begin
the base of our outdoor patio starting with a 1 by 4 plate place it right on
the top right hand corner of a 6 by 10 plate let’s proceed with 2 more 1 by 4
plates let’s take three 2 by 3 plates place one in the top right two more on
the top let’s take four 1 by 2 flat tiles let’s place them in this area I’m
going for a nice sandstone look for the brick pavers let’s place the 1 by 2
plate with one knob or jumper plate right here and one on the side followed
by two more 1 by 2 flat tiles around this jumper plate take another 6 by 10
plate sit down 3 1 by 4 plates on the top and a 1 by 4 plate on the left-hand
side on the top left a 2 by 3 plate followed by a 2 by 3 perpendicular to
the previous 2 by 3 plate now take 3 1 by 2 plates let’s place one here and 2
in this area followed by a 2 by 3 plate sure all these press D on fir down the
bottom left a 1 by 1 flat tile grab 10 1 by 2 flat tiles we’re going to start in
this area we’re gonna continue our sandstone brick
pattern just going to place these right here I’m gonna leave these last two
hanging over and for this area place two in this portion take another six by ten
plate we’re gonna place three 1 by 1 plates in this area followed by two more
on the right-hand side and a 1 by 4 plate be sure it’s hanging over by one
stud in this area a 1 by 2 plate and a pair of 2 by 3 plates where this 2 by 3
plate is hanging over the top by 2 studs we’re gonna need several 1 by 2 flat
tiles to continue on our sandstone brick pattern so we’re gonna start right here
then I’m gonna continue on putting these to hang it over the edge like so add our
last one right here these are a bit of a challenge to keep
lined up we’ll connect this with the other adjoining pieces in a moment or
two right here place another 1 by 2 flat tile and a 1 by 2 jumper plate and we’re
just gonna continue on the brick pattern now I do get questions asked from time
to time why do my Lego bricks squeak I have no clue I don’t know if it’s be
because of dry air I don’t really know let’s continue on
and right here I’m gonna place two 1 by 1 flat tiles continue on this pattern
now the jumper plates are going to be used to anchor down minifigures
and furniture we’ll be doing later on in the tutorial let’s play see would you
select our right there let’s finish up this bottom portion with another 1 by 2
and a pair 1 by 1 flat tiles take another 6 by 10 plate start from the
bottom left and sit down a 1 by 1 flat tile then a 1 by 2 flat tile pair 1 by 1
flat tiles this is the last portion of our sandstone deck let’s set up another
1 by 2 followed by pair 1 by ones and you guessed it another 1 by 2 flat tile
right there it’s a lot of tiling but it looks really nice I’m gonna start back
over here play see one way to jumper plate I’m gonna work my way back now I’m
gonna cross everything back over starting with a pair of 1 by 2 flat
tiles followed by two more 1 by 2 flat tiles here I’m gonna stick a one
matching jumper plate and two 1 by 1 flat tiles now I want to continue on my
brick pattern since I have this jumper plate here I can’t do that so I had to
put it that way let’s put two more of these 1 by 2 flat tiles and 2 1 by 1
flat tiles wow it’s a tiling now back on this side I’m going to start with any 1
by 2 flat tile and then we’re going to put 2 more 1 by 2 flat tiles
perpendicular to the previous then we’re going to continue on with 2 more now here I want to place two 1 by 1 flat
tiles followed by a pair of 1 by 2 plates now these plates are going to be
used to anchor down our patio the table then we’re going to continue on with a
my two flat tile followed by two more and by 2 flat tiles in this corner right
here on my two jumper plate and on the top 1 by 2 flat tile 2 more 1 by 2 flat
tiles another 1 by 2 2 more 1 by 2 flat tiles and a 1 by 1 flat tile let’s put
our deck together starting with these 2 pieces we’re just gonna work these in
like so and we’re gonna start with this one right here just pressed it down in
there sure those tiles are locked in place and then following this piece it’s
all right in place all that crunchy crunchy of the plates here we go let’s
sit down for 1 by 3 bricks this is going to be the soil for our flower planner take several 1 by 2 profile bricks with
single groove these look like the brick bricks we’re gonna wrap them around the
flowerbed you want to start even with this 1 by 3 brick and we’re gonna work
around clockwise you’re just going to set these run on top of the plates
underneath this will make the flower bed look nice and finished off fill in the backside goes back there take our last two we have this one
sticking over by one back here we’re going to sit down a 1 by 1 flat tile and
we’re going to go around this area with several 1 by 2 flat tiles flatten off
the top of the profile bricks the studs do look ok but I like to finish off the
top of my masonry work just crown those right off it’s starting to look like a
little flower potter or a flower planner I mean let’s take ourselves a 1 by 1
brick with 3 leaf elements I’m gonna place a stud right on the top this is
one of those flower studs I want to set this right here we’re gonna need to make
four of these in total I want to skip a stud and set one of these down I’m gonna
alternate them to fill it in and make look like we have some heavy foliage now
here in this area I’m gonna take two more of these 1 by 1 bricks with leaf
elements just stick them in this area looks like we have some nice ferns
hanging over the edge of the masonry let’s continue on with the kitchen area
starting with for one by two profile bricks of the single groove in the back then we’re going to place five more
along the right-hand side want to make sure I keep the single groove facing in
a word or the brick pattern is on the outside in this area here and one by two
profile brick and we’re going to place in a regular 1 by 2 brick here followed
by a 1 by 2 profile brick let’s skip three studs placed a on two 1 by 2
bricks in this area a pair o on my 2 bricks and a pair of 1 by 2 profile
bricks and for the remaining area set down 3 more 1 by 2 profile bricks a
single groove and a 1 by 1 brick in this corner back in this area here let’s
place it 1 by 2 profile brick and a 1 by 1 brick now I want to go along this back
side with 4 more 1 by 2 profile bricks to continue the brick pattern along this
side 3 1 by 2 profile bricks let’s lock all this together with a 1 by 6 brick
and here a 1 by 2 brick followed by a pair of 1 by 2 profile bricks now I want
to skip these role of studs I want to place in a profile brick
the bottom-right as well as a 1 by 1 brick I want to add a little mini-fridge
in this area so I’m gonna take a 1 by 3 by 2 cupboard I’m gonna stick a door
side like so that’s pressed in I’m just gonna drop that down in this area I
always like to open up the door and press down at the bottom so I can make
sure that’s secured nice and firm now let’s flat tile the top of the counter
off there’s several 1 by 2 flat tiles now this opening here is going to be the
sink we’ll be constructing in a moment or two just wrap right around everything
now I want to give this a bit of a brick pattern so I’m going to stagger my
joints this also helps strengthen up a bit of the counter so we’ll just
continue on with several one by one and 1 by 2 flat tiles place another 1 by 1
here and a 1 by 1 plate in this area we’re gonna use that to attach a little
flowerpot that we’ll be constructing in a moment or to surround that with a pair
of 1 by 2 flat tiles now it’s still in the remainder of the area with a few
more 1 by 1 and 1 by 2 flat tiles wow it’s a tiling in this project for those
who don’t know I love tiles just adds a little extra character to a build makes
it look finished off in this area we’re going to start on this portion and a 1
by 2 flat tile to lock this joint together and you won’t buy one flat tile
right here to finish it off this area is going to be used for the
barbecue for a patio chair let’s take a
two-by-two parabola places stud and right on top of the parabola yeah and
we’re gonna insert the stud in the center tube of the 2 by 2 by 2 seat for
a nice nifty patio chair we are going to me to assemble four of these in total for the table let’s take a 2 by 2 stand
I’m gonna place a 4 by 4 round plate right in the center of the stand shown
now in this area we’re gonna take a 6 and a half stud long shafts akin like so
where the flanges at the bottom it’s a nice now for an umbrella
let’s take ourselves a 6 by 6 stud parabola and a 2 by 2 round plate set
the round plate inside and on the top of the parabola a 2 by 2 round flat tile
makes a nice umbrella I went to sit the rod right inside the assembly nice
little table let’s construct a little flower arrangement we’re gonna take a 1
by 1 hollowed out stud and a six prong flower stem place the flower stem inside
the stud now I want to take six flowers and attach into the stem there’s always
been some debate do you put the flowers like this or do you put them upside down
I was always taught this is the correct way you should do it it just depends on
preference though now you can choose you can add different color if you want
multiple colors would look even better now I want to set my arrangement inside
a 2 by 2 inverted dome place the stud down as shown just wiggle
that in there and we have a nice flower pop with flowers now let’s make a shrub
with flowers let’s take a 1 by 1 nose cone
let’s place two hollowed-out studs right on top of the nose cone regular studs
will also do for this as well and I’m going to take a 1 by 1 brick with four
knobs we’ll set that off to the side let’s take a six prong flower stem let’s
set six flowers on this sometimes putting these flowers on it can be a bit
of a chore it is very relaxing now we’re going to need to make five of
these in total there’s the remainder of those now what I want to do is put this
portion in the knobs we’re gonna start with the top one first now putting these
in here it’s going to be a bit of a challenge this now we’re gonna have to
start locking these together basically you’re gonna put them in you’re just
gonna have to rock them in place so we can start interlocking the flowers
together so we can kind of fill in all the holes just rotate things around a lot of patience is needed to put these
in scrap the last one and fill that in now the last one is usually a bit of a
challenge to get in there just wiggle that in looks like everything is tucked
in secure now heaven so is a nice Daisy Bush let’s construct our sink
starting with a pair of 1 by 2 plates set these side-by-side we’re going to
lock them together with another 1 by 2 plate on the top I want to stack another
1 by 2 plate in this area followed by a 1 by 2 jumper plate and for our sink
basin let’s take a triple wall 1 by 2 element set it right here as shown and
I’m going to take a tap and stick it right on top of the jumper plate for a
little faucet where you barbecue grill start with a 1 by 4 plate
set down a 1 by 2 flat tile right in the center followed by a pair of 1 by 2
modified plate with top holder I’m sure that the holder portion is right above
the my 4 plate next let’s slide any 2 by 4
plates on the bottom portion of the modified plates here let’s fill in with
a 1 by 2 and 1 by 4 plates let’s set down a pair 1 by 2 transparent orange
plates this is going to be like hot coals and I want to place get 1 by 2
plate right in the center fill in these two areas with a pair of one by one by
one by one angular plates let’s add a grill to the
top with 4 1 by 2 radiator grilles and for the knobs two round 1 by 1 flat
tiles or the top of the grill let’s start with a 1 by 4 plate place to 1 by
2 modify plates with stick on top of the 1 by 4 plate let’s proceed with a 1 by 3
brick on the left and a 1 by 1 brick with one knob on the right place 2 1 by
2 bricks right on top and a 1 by 2 flat tile right the center let’s place two 1
by 1 modified plates with holder and a light
sword right inside those holders now here let’s place they own a 1 by 1 round
brick for an exhaust for the grille now let’s combine the two pieces together so
we’re just going to drop this down like so just press that down firm right in
this area there we go let’s drop our barbecue grill right in
this area just press that down firm opens up nice here let’s place in our
outdoor sink and let’s put our little potted plant here in the corner to add
some color now here I want to add our little Daisy Bush now I recommend you
set that in there and just kind of rotate that down in there so we can get
the elements of the leaves and the flowers to lock in place now I want to
put my patio table in here now what I like to do is just hold onto the bottom
and just press this down you don’t want to press down up here this may cave in
now let’s add our for patio chairs on the jumper plates the reason for the
jumper plates is to keep the chairs from going around there should be enough room
for the figures to sit down and there is our outdoor patio kitchen complete with
outdoor sink and barbecue grill everything is the right height here we
have Jay the surfer after a long hard day of work from programming and hitting
the waves so you can see he can easily reach the grill we don’t want to put his
hand on there and you can also sit inside the chairs this well everything
is scaled for figures it looks real nice now this tutorial was meant to be a
drop-in into a backyard you can see around the side here everything’s
finished off nice so you can build this on an existing plate and set it down and
your build

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