What would you get if you mix pineapple with rum? You'll have pina colada! And what will you get if you have pina colada and a tiki bar? FUN! Everybody would go out for a drink on Friday night; almost everyone would love the idea of spending their moment celebrating life with their friends rather than stay boringly at home while you watch TV shows you could hardly remember how many times you've seen. However, going out to the bar establishments would entail you to spend money, huge amount of money most specially if you begin to be tipsy and you start forgetting that what you have in your wallet is the money allocated for your weekly food budget. These shouldn't dishearten you at all. Why stop the fun when you can build your own tiki bar?
Stop raising those eyebrows because this article is not meant for recycling that skimpy flimsy garbage, rather we'll discuss a sturdy and real tiki bar that will last a long time and could withstand almost all kinds of weather disturbances and unbearable natural calamities, but enough of the exaggeration. The focus of this article is for you to build tiki bar that would be presentable and hard-wearing enough so you could invite your friend over for a fun and comfy drinks.
As you begin to do the work, you'll then realize that it isn't easy at all however, everyone with a brain and a little sense of determination can build a tiki bar. Generally, you need to remember first and foremost that the larger bar you wish to do, the larger the amount of money you will most likely spend. Prepare the needed tools first; you can get a table from an antic shop, no need to opt for real expensive one since you'll only going to cover it with fancy table dress. In fact, if your imagination permits, you can go as far as building the table all by yourself. Do not be afraid to opt for used materials. This is one of the most common misconceptions that people have towards building a tiki bar, actually the materials should not always be ‘new’. The older the materials used, the better the tiki bar would look.
Perhaps the most difficult item to look, is the materials that will be utilized for the roof, however if you are living near the beach or tropical places then it isn't a problem at all because you can surely get bamboos, palm, and nipa leaves.
To better help you on how to build your own tiki bar then you can visit build-a-tiki-bar.info . I found great stuff about building tiki bar there. I have one now and my friends keep asking me how on earth had I managed to do it all by myself! I would tell them its all because of my ingenuity but truth is, I only borrowed the idea from that great blog! Enjoy life and toss to your new personal tiki bar!