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Build Your Own Tiki Bar with a Tiki Bar Kit

24 January 2010 2 Comments

home tiki barIf you like the idea of adding a backyard tiki bar or a tiki-themed basement but aren’t much of a handyman, you still have some attractive options.  Tiki bar kits have become a wildly popular way to build home tiki bars.  These kits offer you all of the materials and step-by-step instructions you need to set up your own tiki bar.  You will often find they offer the bar top, front, a couple of shelves, and sometimes even a thatch roof. 

A tiki bar kit is generally quite basic, giving you room to outfit the bar or surrounding walls or yard with other tiki bar decor, including tropical lights, tiki torches, custom signs, paddle, tiki statue, or other furniture that sets your tiki bar apart from others.  The bar itself is just one component of creating a cool tiki bar setup at home.

Of course, if you have some solid woodworking skills, there are plenty of tiki bar plans available that you can use or customize to fit your needs.  There are tons of great ideas out there that you can use to modify a basic tiki bar.  Adding a kegerator or old school black and white television are just a couple of ways you can add a unique touch to your custom tiki bar.

2 Comments »

  • Antony Joseph said:

    Where can I find these kits you mention in your blog?

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