LARGE & SMALL: COOL OUTDOOR BARS YOU’LL LOVE

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Outdoor Bar

Creating an outdoor bar on the patio, deck or terrace can add a lot fun and functionality for outdoor entertaining or simply relaxing after a busy day. Whether you have a tiny space or more than ample room, if you can fit in a bar and bar stools you’ll be so glad you did. Need a little design inspiration to get you started? Here are bars, big and little, that recently caught our design eye.

Outdoor Bar

Here’s a cool stone bar with tall director’s chair bar stools.

Outdoor Bar

Taking advantage of space that might otherwise be wasted is bonus in this narrow roof top deck.

Outdoor Bar

A tiny bar works well in this screened in porch. Green paint on the stools adds a cool updated touch.

Outdoor Bar

A spacious covered patio features a long bar that also serves as a convenient kitchen pass-through for food and drinks.

Outdoor Bar

A small outdoor bar adds lots of functionality to this flagstone patio.

Outdoor Bar

Tiny, but oh so functional, this poolside bar is just the thing for conveniently holding a refreshing drink while in the pool or taking a break perched on a backless barstool.

Outdoor Bar

With lots of, this large outdoor bar easily accommodates at least five or six wrought iron bar stools with arms.

Outdoor Bar

Small but festive this colorful bar is just right with backless metal bar stools. Want to join the fun?

Outdoor Bar

Another tiny outdoor bar made with sheet metal and white tiles is made festive with a hand-painted sign and whimsical wooden stools.

Outdoor Bar

A freestanding bar and stools is at once rustic and contemporary with stunning views of the sea.

Outdoor Bar

No bar, no problem. Just pull up a wrought iron bar stool next to free-floating wood shelves. What a clever idea for a drink station.

Outdoor Bar

A simple outdoor bar near the seating area around a wrought iron fire pit fire pit is made of wood and is accessible from both sides. It’s  has been decorated with a climbing rose that will eventually find its way across and down the other side. Charming don’t you think?

Image Sources: Pinterest.com; HomeTalk.com; OutdoorSolutionsMS.com; Redbird-Blue.blogspot.com; HGTV.com; ArchitecturalDigest.com; CraftyInCrosby; RefreshRestyle.com; JaneCoslickCottages.com; MakeItRane.com.

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