At the end of your work day, sometimes you just want to sit back with a cold beer and hang out with your friends. But that also means putting time and energy into traveling to the bar, figuring out who”s going to be the designated driver, and staying out late. The whole process can be incredibly exhausting, but one crafty man solved this problem forever. He built something in his backyard that will make you reconsider your going-out plans tonight.
The previous property owners had built this storage shed — nothing fancy, just a regular, old mini barn.
So he started by running electricity to the barn using a breaker once reserved for a pool pump.
Then he began installing drywall.
When he was adding the drywall to the ceiling, he also installed a pull-down ladder for the attic space.
Here”s what it looked like when the drywall was installed and painted.
Linoleum flooring went in and it was finally time to start building the most important part…
The bar! Here”s the frame, before it really took shape.
It looks like the bar is finished in this photo, but wait until you see what he did with the countertop.
This geometric mosaic is made with pennies of all different coppery colors.
The pennies are sealed in with multiple coats of resin.
When the kegerator arrived, the barn was ready for a party.
I volunteer this guy”s barn as the space for my next shindig.
I wish I had a barn in my backyard just so I could make something like this! Sure, it took him a while to create it, but I”m sure he had an awesome party to celebrate it”s completion. I admire people with such amazing DIY skills. Cheers to him!