This article will discuss some home bar design tips.
Home Bar Design Tips
If you love to host people at your house, you know how essential a drink station or bar area is. Which is why we love to design home bars for our client’s homes. This is a space where you can have more fun with design and make a statement. Here are some tips on how we helped our clients achieve a beautiful home bar.
Dry or Wet Bar
The difference between a dry and wet bar is that a wet bar includes a sink whereas a dry bar doesn’t. Both are great options for having a space to store your spirits. Having a dry bar is just as functional and doesn’t include any plumbing. In short, when choosing between a wet or dry bar it’s all up to your preference for the functionality of the bar area.
Choose an accent wall that stands out and also something that will make your collection of spirits stands out. For our clients, we’ve designed this distressed antique mirror as the accent wall. Using a unique accent wall will give the space more character. If you’re choosing to have a home bar you want it to stand out.
If you’re building a home bar you want it to stand out and make a statement while also complimenting your house. This bar that we designed in our clients living room blends seamlessly with the rest of the room. For instance, we used the same color scheme throughout the room to make sure the bar doesn’t look out of place.
Conclusion: Home Bar Design Tips
Having a home bar is not only a place for entertaining it’s a great feature to include in your home to elevate the design. It’s also an opportunity to display your collection of spirits that would normally be locked away in a cabinet. Use some of these design tips to help incorporate your new bar into your house. Feel free to contact us about starting on your next design project. We look forward to hearing from you.