Tiki lounge

Transform your outdoor space into a tropical oasis with these tiki lounge ideas. Explore unique decor, furniture, and lighting options to create the perfect relaxing getaway.
Colonial, Retro, Interior, Inspiration, Tiki Lounge, Tiki Room, Tiki Hut, Lounge, Tiki House

Baton Rouge is home to a menagerie of bars. There are the craft cocktail creators at Olive or Twist and Hayride Scandal, and dozens of beers on tap at places like Happy’s Irish Pub, Mid City Beer Garden and more. But there are few options for the more tropical-minded drinker, outside of a daiquiri from...

Kathy Schenck
Rum, Tattoo, Mugs, Paisajes, Vintage Tiki, Tiki Statues, Tiki Restaurant, Tiki Art, Thing 1

The Tiki aesthetic (not to be confused with Tropical) was created by the opening of Polynesian-themed bars and restaurants in the 1930s. Tiki became popular after World War II, when America became fascinated with Polynesian and South Pacific culture. Dim lighting, rum cocktails, tiki decor, hibiscus flowers, and nautical objects (such as maps, fishing nets, and netted fishing floats) are all aspects that make up the Tiki aesthetic. The first major establishment to assume the Tiki aesthetic…

Serena Blount
Resorts, Tiki Bars Backyard, Tiki Bars Diy, Tiki Bars, Tiki Bar Decor, Tiki Lounge, Tiki Hawaii, Tiki Tiki, Outdoor Tiki Bar

Heather and John had a dream… That dream was to build a tiki bar in their basement. There was just one problem, their home in Seattle didn’t have one. So, they moved to Tacoma, bought a house with a basement and got to work. I’ll let Heather and John take it from here… What’s the […]

Sara Wadsworth

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