O’Scally’s Tavern is a miniature early-mid 20th century Irish public house, in my back garden in Suffolk. The establishment seats 3 (+ barperson) in an intimate atmosphere with a faux wood-burner, selection of pub games and most importantly a well-stocked bar.
The pub was created with a focus on using materials that were salvaged and reclaimed, everything else was picked up second hand from car boot sales. I believe this really drives home the nostalgic vintage feel that you get when in O'Scally's and gives it the authenticity it deserves.
First drink is on the house, Cheers!
Some further details of the materials used are below:
The shed itself was surplus to our requirements in the garden when we moved into our new home - i repainted it in Cuprinol Black fencepaint.
Bar top - made from reclaimed oak kitchen worktop from another project. Bar top trim - made from an old banister we took off our stairs. Bench seat - made from pallet wood and legs of an old stool. Bar front - made out of half a Victorian pine door that we were given. Interior cladding - Thick pallet wood, stained with leftover decking oil. Bar cladding - offcuts from our master bedroom decorating. Lighting - car-boot purchase £4 the pair. Window behind bar - Critall window, Found in a skip. Hanging sign - made from length of copper wire and scrap brass rod. Flooring - reclaimed pine floorboards. Door - reclaimed 1930's front door £5 FB Marketplace.