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[30 Jan 2010 | 3 Comments | ]
How to Build a Backyard Tiki Bar

If you would like to throw up your own backyard tiki bar but don’t really want to go to the time or expense of building a high-quality one, Threadless presents a nice little video on how to set up a simple outdoor tiki bar.  To get started, you will need an old dresser or shelf (this will become the base of the bar), a bamboo screen, 4 – 4ft 1×2 strips, cordless drill and screws, grass skirts, wire cutter, galvenized wire, and a couple of hawaiian leis.

This is a quick …

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[16 Nov 2008 | No Comment | ]

For homeowners and apartment dwellers looking to add tiki style to their home life, tiki bar kits can provide a beautiful tiki bar that is easy to set up at a reasonable cost.  For those looking for something more custom, there are some good tiki bar plans out there that offer step-by-step instructions on how to build a beautiful indoor or outdoor tiki bar.
What if you only need a temporary tiki bar for that tiki-themed Christmas party?  You may have a limited budget and want to avoid spending it all …

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[26 Oct 2008 | 2 Comments | ]
Outdoor Tiki Bar Plans

For the DIY crowd looking to build the ultimate poolside tiki bar, this guide on How to Build Your Own Tiki Bar is a valuable step-by-step guide featuring a fantastic tiki bar design and instructions on how to build it.  As the writer points out, this type of high-quality tiki bar often sells for upwards of $5000 and makes a great addition to your backyard oasis.  The tiki bar in this design is this beautiful 4 ft by 8 ft layout with a thatched roof.

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[18 Oct 2008 | One Comment | ]

If you would like to build a relatively simple tiki bar at home, these plans by Atomic Magazine could be just what you are looking for.  Built primarily out of bamboo, this tiki bar is perfect for entertaining and is small enough to fit in your apartment or poolside.
This step-by-step guide is entertaining and quite easy to follow.  If you can get your hands on the various sizes of bamboo required, your new tiki bar can be fully operational by this weekend – serving up Mai Tais and Zombies to …