Entertaining at an outdoor home bar is an excellent way to meet with friends and have a great time together. If you want to create an outdoor home bar, here are several ideas for you. First idea, set an outdoor home bar in a location away from your house. An old garden shed can be renovated by retrofitting a bar after the front wall is removed. Leave a generous overhang to screen bar guests from the sun and protect them from the rain. Leave one side of the bar open to access the area behind the bar. Or for a pub shed, leave the structure intact and extend the front facade roof far enough to accommodate the bar and stools and leave enough room behind the bar for serving. Extend the flooring out front as well, pouring additional concrete slab or building out a raised deck. Include lighting for nighttime bar gatherings. Or you can go with tiki hut bar.
Add a thatch-roof, teakwood tiki hut to your deck or patio for a tropical touch. Miniature tiki-face string lights, rattan bar stools, a miniature wicker ceiling fan, colorful tiki bar ware and a few palm trees and hibiscus shrubs will set the stage to enjoy your mai tai or pina colada. These just few ideas for you. You can search another ideas through magazine or the internet. After all, an outdoor home bar provide a fun entertaining area as well as a private retreat for the homeowner.