In our latest blog, we look at how our fellow DIY’ers have created their own personal Garden Bars ready in time for Summer! Gardens Bars are practical because you and your guests no longer have to trek all the way to the fridge. After you stock up your bar, you're all set to chill in the garden for as long as you please (Don't forget the sunscreen!).
Below is a variety of projects to get you inspired whatever your skill level. For outdoor projects we recommend you use Stainless Steel Fittings where possible. This is due to stainless steel's anti-rust properties and strength. If you would like to know more, please contact us.
1. The Sliding Bar and Drinks Cooler
2. From Workstation to Drinkstation
Outdoor Bars don’t have to break the bank! This quirky Upcycled project makes great use of unwanted desks or cabinets by turning them into a Rolling Garden Bar. This old desk was turned upside down, painted, and had Casters attached so it can be rolled to the sunniest spot!
3. Potting Bench Turned Outdoor Bar
If you’re not using it for potting, you might as well use it for cocktails! Thecreativyexchange customized their potting bench into a practical garden bar by adding T-bars, a wine glass rack and a folding side table (Requires stainless steel stays) for extra counter space.
4. Folding Palette Garden Bar
This simple Wall-Mounted Bar is made from repurposed Palettes. The design is discreet and folds away for rainy days. Make your folding bar effort-free by replacing the chains for Stainless Steel Stays. You could even add a Lock for security. Ensure your fittings are weatherproof like our Stainless Steel Hinges.