The new home and garden trend is sweeping the internet, and it’s actually pretty amazing and doable. We’ve seen she-sheds, but this puts a different spin on making the most out of your shed. DIY bar sheds are popping up all over the place, and some of them are pretty darn creative. With a wide array of different options, this is one of the least daunting DIY home projects we’ve come across in a while.
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The fun thing about bar sheds is that you can get as creative and elaborate as you’d like. Plus, it gives you a place to put all of those beer mirrors and bar games you’ve been storing in your garage since your college days. The first thing you need to get started on your new shed is POWER!
Check out some of these amazing bar sheds and prepare to be inspired to transform your own basic shed into a mini-backyard pub that’s sure to impress. Although these are mini bar ideas for adults. We have seen a lot of people turn those sheds into elaborate playhouses for the kids or just a place to relax when you want to get out of the house.
This bar shed was created by adding some new doors, a bar, seating, a little porch and some fun pub games.
This bar shed proves that even a tiny shed can make a cool bar. They simply cut an opening in the side of the shed and added a couple of bar stools to create a place for guests to lounge.
On the outside, this looks like your standard backyard shed, but when you open it, you’re all of a sudden looking at a 1950’s inspired bar.
This rustic backyard bar uses string lights and a pop-down bar top to create a welcoming watering hole.
This classy, fully-loaded bar shed is complete with a TV and looks so cozy, you may never want to leave it.
Original Article by: Linda Smith