Gin lover creates pink-themed bar in her backyard out of an old shed

Gin-lover transforms her old backyard shed into a playful home bar – complete with fairy lights, pink and blue paint and PLENTY of drinks

  • A woman has shared the upcycle process of turning her old shed into a gin bar
  • She added a new roof and doors, as well as windows, shelves and a pink light
  • The shed was painted in pink, white and blue using Dulux and Cuprinol paint
  • The woman from Wales received comments of praise on her shed upcycle job
  • A woman has shared the incredible upcycle of her old backyard shed online after she transformed it into a pink-themed gin bar.

    Rhian Alwen Evans from Wales completed her new bar with a pink florescent light, shelves, a fresh paint job, her garden table and chairs.  

    The UK resident began the shed transformation by adding a Red Felt Roof and innovatively used an old broken IKEA light-fitting for the roof centrepiece.

    She began the shed transformation by adding a Red Felt Roof and innovatively used an old broken IKEA light fitting for the roof centrepiece

    New doors were created from scraps and Perspex windows were added to the exterior, then used pink and white paint for walls, roof, doors, floor and exterior

    A woman has shared the incredible upcycle of her old back yard shed online after she transformed it into the ultimate pink-themed Gin bar

    New doors were created from scraps of left over wood and Perspex windows were added to the exterior. 

    Rhian then began the pink and white paint job using a combination of Dulux Weather Shield Quick Dry paint and Cuprinol Colour Garden paint. 

    A varnish was added onto the blue painted floor for extra colour durability. 

    What did Rhian use to create her backyard Gin Bar?

    • Red faux felt roof
    • Ikea light fitting 
    • Wooden doors
    • Dulux Weather Shield Quick Dry paint 
    • Cuprinol Colour Garden Paint
    • Varnish
    • Wooden boxes
    • Table and chair sets
    • Slate sign 
    • Pink light
    • Fairy lights 
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    She recycled old wooden boxes to use as shelves to store Gin bottles and with a saw cut off unnecessary parts to create ornate looks

    Then Rhian painted her garden bistro set of table and chairs in complementary pink and blue shades and added lights.

    To finish the Gin bar makeover she hung up an upcycled slate sign in remembrance of her best friend who passed away during the shed transformation process

    She recycled old wooden boxes for shelving to store Gin bottles and with a saw cut off unnecessary parts to create ornate looks.  

    Then Rhian painted her garden bistro set of table and chairs in complementary pink and blue shades.

    To finish the Gin bar makeover she hung up lights and an upcycled slate sign in remembrance of her best friend who passed away during the shed transformation. 

    'Absolutely ADORABLE I¿m so in love with this and so very jealous. I¿d LOVE to have this to relax in the rain and read & relax,' a woman said on Facebook

    ‘Absolutely ADORABLE I’m so in love with this and so very jealous. I’d LOVE to have this to relax in the rain and read & relax,’ a woman said on Facebook 

    Rhian has received a flood of praise on her upcycle job with many commending her hard work and clever design features.  

    ‘Absolutely ADORABLE I’m so in love with this and so very jealous. I’d LOVE to have this to relax in the rain, to read & relax,’ a woman said on Facebook.

    ‘My life is incomplete without a Gin Shed. Yours looks amazing,’ another said.