If you are planning on transforming your summerhouse or garden shed into your very own personal bar, there are a few things that you should consider putting into it. There is a lot of decoration inspiration out there, and we believe that we have found the best ideas for you to think about when converting your garden building into a bar.
What You Need
Naked walls are the arch-nemesis of fun, and that should be the exact opposite of what you are going for when it comes to your garden bar. Fun bar signs are a great way to add décor to your pub and can be made from a lot of materials, including wood, and metal. Usually, bar signs have fun phrases on them that add atmosphere to a room and give your bar a certain character.
As we have mentioned above, you should never settle for bare walls in your bar; by using bar mirrors, you can add some authentic decoration to your garden bar without spending too much money. If you wonder what bar mirrors are, you will have definitely seen them in actual bars. They have been used for many years by bars to advertise alcoholic drink brands to the masses.
When it comes to creating your garden bar, it is vital that you choose glasses and other ‘vessels’ that suit the aesthetic of your bar. This will allow you to serve your drinks in style; whether you are serving cocktails, wine, beer, or juice, there is a comprehensive range of glassware and drinking vessels available to buy almost everywhere.
This simply speaks for itself. We believe that every home bar should have a dart board, so your guests have things to do when spending time in your bar. Adding a dart board to your personal bar adds entertainment for yourself and your guests, without taking up a lot of space. You can also invest in a cabinet for your dart board, with a built-in chalkboard to keep score.
Having ice close-to-hand is absolutely necessary for any garden bar; nobody likes warm drinks and having ice they are able to put in their drinks whenever they need it will make the day/night much more enjoyable for everyone involved.
Stools And Other Furniture
Furniture is needed in all bars, and your garden bar should be no exception. Invest in stools that you can sit in front of your bar, and even a sofa or two (depending on the size of your bar), to give people things to sit on and relax after a long day or week.
Call Our Team Today
If you would like to know more information about the garden sheds and summerhouses that we offer, and how they can be converted into your very own personal garden bar, please feel free to call our team on 01384263192 today. We would love to hear from you and give you any information that you require about our summerhouses and sheds.