Tiki bar and deck added on to side of swimming pool deck.

Step 1: Building the base

The base is built with 2x3 framing and covered with luan plywood.   The top is one piece of 4x8 MDF cut to an L shape.   The posts are 4x8 rough cut poles.   Cut the top holes out and secure the posts to the deck and framed bar.


That is the absolute best and creative Tiki Hut I have seen kudos to you great job and thank you for sharing I have some pieces of pallet that I will attempt to form into a tiki bar but don't know how I'm going to do it yet.
<p>Thatch was $110, a few pieces of plywood, 2x4s, felt roofing, etc. $100. Adding all the accessories are from places I visited, garage sales, gifts, etc. The sign post was scrap lumber I had lying around. Pier posts are just treated fence posts with rope from Home Depot. I put in an old sink and a small refrigerator behind the bar too. Lit up the inside with rope LED lighting.</p>
<p>Looks great. Just wondering a ballpark figure if I wanted to put something like this in my backyard next to my pool. Thanks.</p>
Well done!!!
i have never even though of something like this. good job tho<br>1ST COMMENT :D

About This Instructable




More by jasmith999:Poolside Tiki Bar 
Add instructable to: