Many exciting things have happened during the last few months, while the world has been in lockdown following the recent global pandemic. While some folks stayed at home, twiddling their thumbs and feeling bored, others with a creative flair and a passion for DIY set about creating some of the coolest home bars we’ve seen for a generation.
Today, we’re going to take a look at five of the most exciting home pub ideas we’ve encountered since the pandemic began. We hope that reading about them here today will give you some much-needed inspiration and help...
This month we reveal the secrets to how you can host the party or bbq of the year and give your guests the full experience this bank holiday. Looking for ideas on how to upgrade your home bar unit with funky bar stuff to become a home cocktail bar for the ultimate summer party? Check out our last post on must-have accessories for your bar.
Follow a Theme
Decorate your space for a themed bank holiday party. Opt for a summery theme like Hawaiin vibes decorating your bar with Hula bunting...
Have you recently purchased a home bar unit and are looking around for style ideas? Or are you still thinking of buying but aren’t sure if it will go well with your living space? We have tallied up our favourite accessories from high street retailers to suit all kinds of custom bars whether you choose a home cocktail bar or a man cave bar.
Your Summer Essentials
We LOVE bright and fluorescent barware, especially during the summer! Give your guests something to talk about with some quirky glassware, such as these Geometric Shot Glasses
With the UK on lockdown and the likelihood of jet setting away to the Caribbean for a summer holiday very low, why not make the most of this amazing British weather by having a staycation in your back garden!
Here’s a list of things you need to get started with your very own garden resort:
1. Something to lie on
As the number of weeks into lockdown increase and the temperature rises, having something to lounge on to get that golden summer glow is a must. Some people say that...
2020 has started and at the start of every year, millions of people partake in Dry January. Set up by Alcohol Change UK, the Dry January initiative helps to reduce alcohol intake for a month, for millions of people.
The festive period leads to increased indulgence and on average can lead to an increase of 1KG in bodyweight. With many people starting the new year on diets and signing up for gym memberships, Dry January is the perfect excuse to cut alcohol intake.
What does reducing alcohol intake mean...