Joined: Apr 12, 2008
|Posted: 2013-02-17 3:51 pm  Permalink|
Welcome to TC! Fantastic pieces in your collection! Papua New Guinea, while technically not in the Polynesia triangle, is totally included in tiki culture, as the imagery was heavily used for inspiration during the original mid-century tiki movement.
You could go for a Trader Sam's feel, if you have artwork from various exotic locations across the globe... sort of a trader's den of exotic artifacts, with a concentration on tiki.
What great space you have! is that shag carpeting? And a rock wall bar? Totally cool!
One suggestion that comes to mind is that you can transform that angled arch into an A-frame with an outrigger beam that would jut out over the bar area.