The weather is FINALLY cooling off here and we are so excited to spend the Fall outside on our back patio!  We like to spend a lot of family time and entertain during football season and my hubby and I have been talking about how fun it would be to have a little bar area out back!  So, I designed and built this DIY Tiled Bar and I LOVE it!


inside-of-barIt has a cool stem wear addition under the top and shelves for storage!  I also tiled the top!


Happy Building!

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  1. Love the grey console piece. Any chance you constructed it and have some trade secrets to share?

  2. I’m in the process of a building a tiled outdoor bar that marries this design with that of the modular sectional design. I am wondering how the plywood shelves held up in the weather. I keep going back and forth on using plywood vs. using cedar slats

  3. I am currently about most of the way thru this project. It took a little time to figure out exactly what goes where since the plans are not very detailed. I am not at the tile part. excited to see the finished project.

  4. Can someone please help me; the plans say to use a pocket hole screw to join the front pieces together; I am just starting to use one, but can anyone explain in a little more detail how to assemble the pieces side by side? I have never done a pocket hole that spans more than 3″ wide?

  5. I have a question. How did you attach the backer board to the plywood? Did you use thinset or screws or both?

    Thanks in advance!

      1. Thanks! I’m assuming the screws should be about 3/4″ long so they don’t poke through the bottom of the plywood?

  6. As I work on the farmhouse table found elsewhere on your site, I look at this and think, “I can so do this next year!”. Thank you for the inspiration.