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Tiki Bar Signs

4 April 2010 No Comment

Once you have built your own tiki bar, you need to dress it up a bit to give it a more authentic look and feel.  The simplest bit of tiki bar decor that you can add is a sign or two.  Here, you’ve got many choices and combinations available.  You can find vintage style tin signs, wood signs, or even neon beer signs to give you the look you are going for.  A few great choices are show below.

Neon Tiki Bar Signs

Adding a neon sign can really class up your home tiki bar.  Obviously you probably don’t want to overdo it here, but a neon sign can help create the effect of a simpler life on a beachside shanty.  Of course, you can go with styles ranging from Spuds MacKenzie or a local pro team.  However, an island theme calls for some island style neon – parrots, cabanas, palm trees, hula dancers, and tiki gods all lean a bit more toward the tiki style.

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Wood Tiki Bar Signs

For a simpler style, you could go with a wooden tiki sign.  You’ve got a ton of options here as there are countless signs to choose from.  There are plenty of themed signs – everything from tiki gods to hula dancers to chunks of old driftwood.  The pirate is also a popular tiki bar sign.  Arghh!

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As you can see, these wood signs also give you plenty of bang for the buck.  For as little as $20, you can add tiki flair to your home bar.  If you built your own tiki bar, you’ll probably find that picking up a couple of tiki signs is a worthwhile investment in your new bar.

Finally, in addition to the above signs, think about a small chalkboard to post your house specialties and other tiki bar decor.  Tiki torches, tiki statues, hula girls, and similar items will help round out that beautiful bar you built.  Maritime equipment like nets, paddles, or a lifesaver isn’t too tiki but is a nice compliment to the style.  For more traditional tiki decor, check out other products featured on this site.

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