A bar table can provide a cool space to have a drink without taking up too much room in a small space. This DIY outdoor bar table is made of 2-by-4s that are cut into same-size blocks and glued together, then attached to a stand made of metal pipes and fittings, says Amanda Giles with DesignFix, a California interior design company. The metal stools cost under $85 for a pair.
A semi-tarnished champagne bucket or used water pitcher can make a chic and unique flower vase, says Michiel Perry, founder of Black Southern Belle. If you have a covered porch or patio, don't be afraid to buy indoor pieces and spray paint them with outdoor protectant, she adds. Also, you can create a bar cart by buying an existing side table or thrift store steal and gluing a tray you already own to the top it. Then paint it or stamp it with your initials or a welcome message for guests.
A beautiful stone dining table and diamond-patterned tile floor is positioned just outside this majestic outdoor bar and pavilion. Metal barstools sit at the bar area under a beautiful roof, which creates an interior vaulted ceiling.
Homeowners are designing outdoor kitchen and dining areas with room for a dining table and bar to maximize seating for themselves and guests. This patio's bar and floor use Belgard products manufactured by Miller Materials in Missouri.
Perfect for family dining or group entertainment, this opulent outdoor space is surrounded by stone hardscaping and lush green ivy landscaping. The elegant wrought iron outdoor dining table has a matching bar stool set for the side stone bar and is complemented by a metal chandelier.
This backyard is ideal for outdoor entertaining, from the detailed landscaping to the swimming pool. Guests can enjoy a meal outdoors at the formal dining table for eight, a drink by the rolling bar cart, and a stroll by the pool.
This impressive modern style home with glass walls features a large outdoor living space with two seating areas, one with a TV meant as a lounging area and the other hosting a large dining table, island bar and grill for dining outdoors.
A true extension of indoor living, this outdoor living and dining space boasts a bar, stained wood coffered ceilings and candle chandeliers. The long dining table lends itself perfectly to entertaining.
This Bel-Air estate features a game room complete with pool table and bar. Three sets of french doors lead to a patio with outdoor seating and connect the outdoor and indoor living spaces. Coral-upholstered furniture and colorful artwork mixed with traditional elements give off an eclectic vibe.
Cute, cheap updates to a small patio include adding an outdoor pillow in a complementary color to a plastic Adirondack-style chair and an outdoor rug. If you don't have room for a coffee table, a smaller end table, can serve as your bar when enjoying cocktails with friends. Amy Latta of One Artsy Mama made this table using crates.