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  • Phil told us that he split his log cabin into two areas. This way, he says, he gets the best of both worlds – one area for entertainment, and one for relaxation.

    Garden Pub: Entertainment

    One side of his log cabin has been transformed into a quirky social area that’s kitted out with bar stools, an add-on bar and even an impressive built-in drinks cabinet! The drinks certainly aren’t in short supply over at Phil’s! 

    He’s painted the walls in a deep red hue that contrast beautifully with the natural exposed wood and bring an added warmth to Phil’s log cabin.

    Finishing touches include retro signs, quirky artwork and a sign that reads “Yorkshireman” hanging proudly above the entrance – Phil’s garden bar is nothing if not homely and impressive. 

    The GBD Experience

    When speaking to Phil about why he chose to buy a log cabin from Garden Buildings Direct, he said that our size options allowed him to find the best fit for his garden.

    And when we asked him about the inspiration for decorating his garden bar, he told us he wanted to create a rustic looking bar with a country pub vibe. Phil said he used a lot of scrap wood and old pallets to make the internal walls thicker with insulation between them.

    But if you’re not quite as savvy as Phil, you can always opt for thicker cladding when purchasing your BillyOh log cabin!

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