Creative Outdoor Bars: Ideas to Buy or DIY
Photo By: Anders Krusberg
Make your own wall-mounted outdoor bar with our step-by-step instructions. It looks stylish whether it's open or closed, and there's even space for glassware.
If you like drinks with umbrellas in them, then a tiki bar is right for you. This bar, seen on Going Yard, feels exotic thanks to its materials and the surrounding foliage.
Mingle with your mixers! This tipple trolley has wheels, so it's easy to make your way around the party with beverages as needed. Image by Courtney Apple, courtesy of Society Social. Styling by Styled Creative
The fabric on the tops of these bar stools is meant to match the details on the funky outdoor bar, as seen on The Outdoor Room by Jamie Durie on HGTV.
After it has served its purpose in your home, an old dresser can become a sideboard buffet bar. DIY it with our helpful tutorial.
A split-level swim-up bar is cool and convenient. Since you don't need to get out of the pool, there's no break in the party action.
Bar on Wheels
As seen on Cousins Undercover, this rolling bar with butcher blocks means you can have happy hour just about anywhere in your backyard.