Biergarten dining room


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I really like german beer garden benches and tables and always wonder why more people don’t use them in interiors- they’re sturdy, cheap and look great. This is another image I found whilst scouring Pinterest, from a blog post looking at five examples where they are used indoors.

GET THE LOOK

BUY

Items ready and waiting for you to purchase from our Great British HighstreetInteriorLooksBUY4

1 ‘Sockerat’ white enamel jug in three sizes. £7.50-£20 IKEA

2 Chrome Industrial Pendent. £10 ASDA Direct

3 ‘Marne’ stoneware jug. £16 Habitat / Cream metal jug. £7.99 Homebase

4 Map of Britain and Ireland 52x70cm. £15.99 Allposters / ‘Nyttja’ 50x70cm white poster frame. £7.25 IKEA

5 Mini glass milk bottles. £2.50 each Ella James Living

6 Quattro Ribbed glass water jug 1.2 litres. £2.49 The Range

7 ‘Anthracite’ tile effect laminate flooring. £16.30 2.5m2 Wickes

DIY

A bit more work, but with a box of bits and tutorials a click away, you can create something by hand and at a fraction of the price of buying new

InteriorLooksDIY4Just one job that it pretty integral to the whole look.

Find a trestle table and bench set like this one on Amazon for £56.71 (I am amazed it this price- vintage sets go for hundreds online, this is also a complete bargain compared to buying a dining set).

Using a spraypaint suitable for metal, use this tutorial for tips and paint the metal legs of the set.

Distress the wooden bench and table tops. There’s some good ideas here.

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