We have an array of bars for hire to fit with any event; little or large, extravagant or minimal. All our bars can double up as DJ booths too and if you’re looking for a custom build – just shout and we’ll set our chippie to the task! Read on for our top four bar hire picks…
Our Floorboard Bars are the perfect accompaniment to a more boho, rustic style event. They really stand out when situated against white walls and lots of foliage. Alternatively, match them up with wooden tables and floors for an injection of laid-back, industrious style. The Floorboard Bars come in two styles, Sloped Floorboard and Straight Floorboard and are made with hand-picked reclaimed floorboards.
If you’re planning an intimate cocktail party, you can’t do without our sleek, luxe Island Bar in Piano Black. Made from glass-reinforced plastic (which gives it its high-gloss finish), this bar is just as attractive as the cocktails it’ll be serving up. Its modern style and sleek finish make it a suitable addition to more high-end, lustrous events; we’re thinking chandeliers, plush carpets and velvet sofas.
All our bars are adaptable, but none more so than our Parker Bar. Available in Black Gloss and Silver Mirror and made from recycled acrylic, these bars can work within a variety of aesthetics and be used as a drinks bar, food station, display station or DJ booth. The Silver Mirror bar would look great next to a dance floor, reflecting the lights, whilst the Black Gloss bar adds an element of sophistication to any venue.
Our minimal yet playful Redwood Bar has a zig-zag design that works well with bright foliage, geometric furnishings and metallic accents. We find the light wood works best for daytime events or venues with plenty of natural light. The bar can be stand-alone or place several together for a bigger ‘zig-zag’ effect!
Juno Hire provides bespoke, design-led, high-quality bar and furniture hire for any function, party or event. We currently offer our furniture hire services in London and surrounding areas. Get in touch at email@example.com.
Posted on 17th July 2019