A log cabin bar is a great addition to any log cabin home. It’s the perfect place to entertain guests or just relax with a cold drink after a long day.
We’ve built plenty of bars in our time!
If you’re thinking about adding a log cabin bar to your home, here are some ideas and different designs that might give you some ideas, as well as our best tips to get you started when building your cabin bar.
Log Cabin Bar Interior Images
Before we get into how to build a log cabin bar, let’s take a look at some log cabin interiors for inspiration.
If you want your log cabin bar to be rustic, cozy, and inviting, take cues from this design. The exposed log ceiling, tiled floor and rustic furniture give the space a warm, natural feel. Bar stools add to the cozy factor and make the perfect spot to relax with a drink in hand.
This log cabin bar is more modern and sleek in design. The log bar top contrasts nicely with the grey cabin walls and ceiling. The clean lines of the furniture and fixtures create a sophisticated look. Wooden cupboard fronts give a nod to the log cabin feel. Additions like fake and real plants help to bring the outside in and give this bar an organic look that chimes with your natural surroundings.
Next up is this log cabin bar combined with a cinema room! The log pillars on the walls and ceiling create a cozy and intimate vibe, while the large projection screen is perfect for watching movies or sports. It’s a true cabin entertainment paradise that can be enjoyed with friends and family.
Finally, this log cabin bar is set within a log cabin mansion with a sweeping staircase that descends into a beautiful bar with wooden cupboards, granite bar top and fabric bar stools. The mix of materials here really gives this bar a unique feel – almost like a bunker ready for a lock-in!
Now that you’ve seen some log cabin bar interiors let’s talk about how to build one.
Building a Log Cabin Bar
If you’re handy with tools and have some basic carpentry skills, you can probably build a cabin bar yourself. If not, no worries! You can always hire a contractor to do the job for you. There are plenty of contractors out there that will be able to help build your dream bar!
Here are a few things to keep in mind when building your cabin bar.
1. Location is key. You’ll want to choose a spot for your cabin bar that’s convenient for both you and your guests. If you’re often entertaining, it might be worth building a wet bar in your log cabin. This way, you won’t have to go inside to make drinks and can instead serve them directly from the bar. Most people choose to have their bar in or close to their kitchen, which is a great top tip!
2. Start with a good foundation. A log cabin bar is a heavy structure, so you’ll need to make sure the foundation is strong enough to support it. We recommend using concrete footings and poured concrete walls for the best results. If you build your log cabin yourself, then you will know what kind of load your floor can take.
3. Use quality materials. When building a cabin bar, be sure to use high-quality materials that will stand the test of time. We recommend using log siding and log cabin panels for the exterior and interior walls. For the bar top, you can’t go wrong with granite or marble. Spending a little more on the best materials will also give your bar a premium look.
4. Pay attention to the details. The little things can make a big difference when it comes to building a log cabin bar. Be sure to caulk and seal all the joints and seams to prevent water damage. Also, use log furniture and fixtures that complement the overall design of your log cabin. Bar runners, glasses and beer kegs are all extra essential details that will take your bar to the next level.
Building a log cabin bar is a fun project that will add value to your log cabin or home. With these tips in mind, you’re sure to create a space that you and your guests will love and that will be enjoyed for many years to come.