A modern looking bar designed right into the house for a beautiful blend.
52. Summer Entertaining
The perfect DIY bar for summer entertaining. Treat your guests right at the next BBQ by serving them something cold.
53. Coffee Sack Curtains
This reclaimed wood bar features charming little curtains made from used coffee sacks!
54. Simple Wooden
A simple wooden bar made from treated timber to make a lovely bar to sit at and enjoy the evening breeze.
55. Revamped BBQ
Just another example of how you can upcycle something old and unused to something totally great!
56. Rustic Pub Bar
Build the pub right in your backyard with rustic stools, darts, and glowing bar signs.
57. Cinderblock Bar
Revamp some unused cinderblocks into a charming and functional bar complete with built-in BBQ.
58. Pallet Bar and Chairs
We’ve seen pallet bars before but we haven’t seen one with matching pallet bar stools!
59. Shed of the Year
Winner of the ‘Shed of the Year’ I think. We can all agree that this pub shed is totally awesome.
60. Upcycled Door
An upcycled door painted a pale blue and decorated with a chalkboard and pretty flowers.
For a completely luxurious experience design a gorgeous stone permanent patio bar.
62. Spa Bar
Looking for the ultimate relaxing area in your own backyard? Combine an enclosed spa with an outdoor bar.
63. Dresser to Bar
Grab that old dresser off the curbside and give it a whole new makeover!
64. Pottery Barn Inspired
A bar prep table that was inspired by Pottery Barn but made without the big price tag.
A sleek-looking bar that will definitely be the home of many memories and shared moments.
66. Metal Bar Rack
This gorgeous metal bar used to be a bakers rack and has been transformed into the ultimate bar station!
67. Mood Lighting
Set the mood with fun colored twinkle lights decorating the pergola and floor of your outdoor bar.
68. Shipping Container
Ever seen a shipping container bar? Well, it’s wonderful outdoor bar ideas like these on how to make use of something not being used!
For a totally fresh, classic, and absolutely stylish design; go all white with dark wood accents.
70. Rolling Service Cart
Wheels were added to this design to make serving drinks to your guest easy!
A fun tiki bar using bamboo, tropical plants, and colorful ceramic dishes.
72. Pallets and Pavers
This project is easy-to-make and budget-friendly! It uses recycled pallets and 4 pavers on top.
73. Tractor Stools
Upcycled tractor stools combined with Diesel brake drums make for rustic and original bar stools.
I love the use of these beautiful Mexican tiles on the countertop of the bar!
The easiest bar system out there! Dump a bunch of ice in a wheelbarrow and voila!