Build A Tiki Hut For Summertime Vibe
A Tiki hut brings the swank and sultry summertime vibe to an outdoor space straight out of Hawaii or another era. The term Tiki relates to the Polynesian cultures of the Pacific Ocean. Tiki, according to the Maori culture, was supposed to be the first man created. Tiki huts are made from dried sable palm fronds and treated cypress wood. They are open from all sides and are hence susceptible to unfavorable weather conditions. These huts are a seasonal item and beach party themes are incomplete without one. The most common type among these is the one that covers a bar. Some huts house chairs, tables, or bar stools, with entertainment centers. If you want to build a Tiki hut, choose where you want to place the tiki hut before making it.
Great places for your Tiki hut are beside the pool or on a large patio. You can also set it on the grass, but it might get damaged when it rains. And to decorate a Tiki hut, get some lanterns, grass mats, party lights and anything else you want to decorate the bar part of your Tiki hut. Make sure the bamboo poles are securely attached to the lower part of the bar. Try heavy duty string.