When the weather is warm, we all want to spend more time outside than the inside, right? From morning coffee to the delicious dinner with family and friends, make our day more memorable. And doing all these things outside makes the occasion more special. With the hot weather nowadays, it is the perfect time to have people over to enjoy great outdoors with you. Imagine you’re doing barbecue and on the other side your friend is grilling the cookout season rolls. Pretty amazing, right?
Known as outdoor bars, home bars, outdoor pubs, pub sheds, these outdoor bars are now seen in every house. Whether it will be a large outdoor kitchen and bar combo or just a small bar corner in your backyard, we all want an outdoor corner that’s right to entertain with our loved ones.
But you never think of an outdoor bar? Or you’re living in a tiny place where there is not enough space? Whatever be the reason, but that doesn’t stop you from having an outdoor bar. But how is it even possible? Worry not! Read this blog, as today we’ve come with incredible backyard bar ideas that will blow your minds. From tiny wall-mounted ones to the luxurious kitchen & bar combo, there is a bar for every yard.
Whether it’s part of an outdoor kitchen or attached to your home, these outdoor bars will add more entertainment outside. It can be simple or luxurious; it totally depends on your budget and space. No matter what style of bar you pick, these awesome outdoor bars will definitely give your yard an instant makeover. So have fun and get inspired by these very different outdoor bars. Cheers!
17+ Innovative Outdoor Bar Ideas!
Below is the list of creative backyard bar ideas to transform your backyard:
Outdoor Wooden Bar Cart
Best for those people who don’t have a ton of outdoor space. This small wooden bar cart can be placed in any corner at your patio, deck, or yard.
Outdoor Bar With Tile
Who doesn’t love to sip cocktails at this stylish and trendy bar? This black and white bar is made from patterned tiles, and it is looking absolutely gorgeous, and also it is weather resistant. So if you’re living in a colder or hotter place, this type of bar will be better for both places and it will endure both the hot summers and snow in the winter.
Farmhouse Outdoor Bar
Another tremendous outdoor bar idea is this farmhouse themed bar. Here the family repurposes objects like old license plates and windows and makes cute pillows. You’ll be surprised to know that the main bar is made from a frame that had been sitting around in their backyard for more than 20 years!
You can also reuse your old materials and create this kind of charming country bar. Don’t forget to include wood and corrugated galvanized steel to achieve the rustic and farmhouse vibes.
Free Standing Wooden Bar
Want something romantic and fresh? Try this stylish bar. It is basically a simple wooden free standing bar. It is a great idea if you like to entertain a large crowd, then this will be a perfect option for you. To make it romantic, grow some ivy or flowers along the sides.
A Bar Attached to House
When you live somewhere where it’s warm for most of the year, you probably love to eat at a place like this. This is a breezy and open kitchen sidebar, which is also an excellent space-saving option.
Here a wooden plank is mounted just below the window where you can enjoy morning breakfast and evening drinks with friends. Four mounted corbels are providing perfect support and give a sturdy surface!
Rustic Bar Cart
Look at this bar, isn’t it looking something unique? If you also want something one of a kind of bar, then definitely go with this charming rustic bar idea. Made from wood, it is in cart design. But this bar doesn’t only have a unique design but also has many unique features such as there is plenty of storage and there are wheels so you can move anywhere.
Outdoor Bar With a Roof
A grill, a mini-fridge, a cooler full of drinks —what else you need in this backyard area? What we love about this place is how designers include a roof that provides shelter from both hot sun and rain.
Outdoor Stone Bar
This stone bar is perfect for those who have large outdoor space. It is a permanent option and will surely look incredible outside. You can select either a single stone or multiple stones to cover the top, and lastly, just add a few bar chairs to complete your outdoor bar.
A Bar With Breathtaking Views
If you’re living in a hillside mansion or a house with beautiful surroundings, why don’t you include them in your bar! The above bar is designed by Katherine Field and Associates along with Aquidneck Landworks of Barrington, Rhode Island.
With the modern lines and materials, this bar was planned to take advantage of the views of Narragansett Bay. Yes, similar to this, you can set up an elegant bar facing your neighborhood’s breathtaking views.
Pallet Outdoor Bar
Another creative bar idea is this Pallet outdoor bar. It is quite simple and minimalist in design but has a country charm that makes it extra special. If you’re also conscious about the large space that another bar takes, you don’t have to worry about this one. This will hardly take any significant space and will look good anywhere in your yard.
Outdoor Bar With Greenery
If you love the idea of an outside bar, you surely do love the greenery also. If yes, then why not include it in your bar area! This bar is designed by a mother of toddler twins. She did not have much time to go to the local pub, so she designed one in her own backyard in Point Pleasant, New Jersey.
With a club Tropicana theme, she used a backyard shack and painted in white and added some modern touches such as twirling barstools and nickel wall sconces. If you like this concept, apply it in your backyard to get closer to nature.
If you’re juggling with the limited outdoor space, go for a mini bar like this one! It will hardly take any room, and when you have guests over, you can serve them some drinks. Budget-friendly and surely it will do its job while occupying less space.
Outdoor Kitchen and Bar Combo
Looking for something grand and luxurious? Check out this bar idea. This is actually an outdoor bar and a kitchen combo, designed by Stout Design-Build of Los Angeles. This fully equipped outdoor kitchen has plenty of counter space to prep and cooks delicious meals for guests. At the same time, people can enjoy their drinks while watching how their food is preparing and can chat with the chef.
Definitely not for everyone, but this bar is only for those who have ample outdoor space and want an outdoor kitchen. So this kitchen and bar combo will be perfect for them.
Outdoor Bar With Spanish Tile
Who says tiles can be used only on floors? Look at this bar, which is made from tiles and that too from Spanish tiles. Colorful and quirky, this bar will surely catch people’s attention. You can also include thick wood beams and recessed tiles to make it stand out. For more information, read various types of Spanish tiles.
Outdoor Bar With Barrels
This bar idea is a totally custom made or DIY project. With some corrugated metal sheets and some wine barrels, you can create this simple outdoor bar. You can also give some wooden paneling and add some quirky lights to create the whole bar vibe.
Cinder Block Outdoor Bar
Have some cinder blocks laying around in your backyard? Use them and create a fabulous bar like this one. Probably this is the least expensive bar on our list. But we don’t recommend it if your family has young children.
A Wood Wall-Mounted Bar
Living in a Rented place? Then definitely you are already lacking space, but that’ll not stop you from having a bar in your home. This is a wood wall mounted bar, which is all about saving space, decluttering, and upcycling. When you have people over, you can unfold this and create a bar to entertain them, and afterward, you can cleanly fold this just like a Murphy bed.
DIY Pipe Bar Cart
This bar cart is made from wood and galvanized steel pipe and connectors, and it can easily hold six wine glasses. It will give you both rustic and industrial vibes; this bar is perfect for small spaces.
Pick One Bar Style!
So which bar stole your heart? I know every bar is unique and has its own style. Always select the one according to your backyard area and the theme you want to create. And you can always reuse the materials and things that are already present in your house. These outdoor bar ideas will definitely make your backyard a destination and reason to entertain.
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