Great Home Bar Ideas
Hello, how are you today? Welcome to our blog About Home. We hope you are very well and looking forward to a new post, project, or tutorial for your home.
Today we want to share with you something special:
Welcome! Take a look at our favorite ideas to help you create a cocktail bar that you don't need to leave the house to enjoy.
Making your home your oasis means adding a little luxury to everything. For some, a home bar is luxurious enough to take their space to the next level. And the best news? You don't need a lot of space to create an amazing home bar perfect for entertaining. If you want a built-in interior bar or you simply want to dedicate a corner of your room to your favorite drinks, there are options for every home.
1. Create a Wet Bar
If you're interested in adding a custom launch bar, make sure it has all the essentials. This charming home bar has cabinets and shelves for your spirits, a small sink, and even extra storage tucked underneath. This project is more work than temporary fixes, but it's a great idea for those who want a permanent bar at home.
2. Add a Stand-alone Bar
If you want something that looks intentional without undergoing a complete makeover, this idea is a great option. Look for a freestanding shelf that goes well with your existing bar or cabinets (a perfect match is not essential). This will provide a dedicated space for liquors that still seem to be in sync with your other décor.
3. Paint it Dark and Moody
Sleek black paint and mirrored tile backsplash give a premium cocktail bar feel. Painting your home bar a dark color is an easy and inexpensive way to add a luxurious and moody feel similar to a real bar.
4. Create a Comfortable Nook
What's even better than a homemade bar? A perfect place in your home to relax and unwind after a long day. This corner features a small bar cart decorated with essentials and some comfortable seating options to relax with a glass of wine or a drink.
5. Add a Mirror
Adding a mirrored backsplash to the side of the home bar is a great way to add that commercial touch and make the space appear larger. This homemade bar features glass barware shelves and mirror coating to give the illusion of more space. This is a great idea if you want to create a more inviting look in a dining room corner or a butler's pantry.
6. Hang Your Bar on the Wall
This beautiful idea is perfect for those who do not have much space, but still want to introduce a bar in their home. This wall unit has a mid-century vibe and is a great addition to a dining room or living room, wherever you are having the most fun.
7. Deck Your Bar Cart
A bar cart is one of the easiest ways to add a starter bar to any room in the house. We love a multipurpose bar cart like this one, which can easily display bottles and glasses, while also providing a workstation for mixing drinks.
8. Think Vertically
One of the best ways to create a functional home bar is to take advantage of all the available wall space. This charming, modern homemade bar features contemporary shelving with a glass wall that takes up a small space but works well for storing glasses and bottles.
9. Repurpose a Dresser
We can't get enough of this elaborate homemade bar. In addition to being super well-stocked, we love the idea of repurposing a vintage dresser or desk to create a classic homemade bar. Install some floating shelves for wine glasses and barware and you will have a perfect space for any cocktail.
10. Add in Metallic Elements
This charming homemade bar has silver and gold accents to help create a more sophisticated atmosphere. Metals are great accent colors for a home bar (have you ever wondered why so many bar carts are gold?) And a great way to try them if you have a minimalist home.
11. Add a Wine Fridge
One of the best ways to make your home bar luxurious and sophisticated is to add a small fridge for beer or wine. Even if a fully integrated option like this is out of reach, adding a mini fridge to the side of the bar cart or table is a great way to make your space even more functional.
12. Go Bold With Blue
This home bar idea is classic, stylish, and perfect for a kitchen corner or even a freestanding one in an office or living room. Navy blue is a great color for a home bar because it's a shade that elevates any space and helps make it look a little more sophisticated.
13. Add Wine Storage
If you are a wine connoisseur, then this home bar idea is probably the setting of your dreams. Even if you can't recreate such an elaborate wine cellar in your own home, hanging a wine cellar against the wall or adding a few stackable wine boxes can make storage easier.
14. Take Over a Butler's Pantry
If you have room for the butler's pantry, this can be a great place to repurpose and build a homemade bar. This beautiful home bar is tucked away where a butler's pantry could create a wonderful space to store drinks and prepare cocktails for your guests.
15. Create a Real In-Home Bar
If you like all the clandestine atmosphere, you will love this amazing home bar. This stunning setting is perfect for entertaining friends or escaping to a separate space to relax after work. While it looks impressive, you can recreate the look with some easy chairs, a built-in breakfast bar, and a bar cart or two.
16. Carve Out a Nook in a Living Room
If you can't reserve an entire room for your starter bar, help design a shared space using wall art. We love this home bar idea that features a mid-century dresser and a pink bow to give it a separate look from the rest of the room and help make it look more intentional.
17. Try a Mid-Century Home Bar
Mid-century modern is a great style for a home bar. Whether you go for a gold vintage bar cart like this one or just go for retro finishes for your built-in interior bar, there is something totally crazy about this approach.
We hope you enjoy watching this video about the Best Home Bar Ideas
Source: RunmanReCords Design
Did you find this post useful or inspiring? Save THIS PIN to your HOME Board on Pinterest! 😊
Ok, That is all for now…
If you enjoyed this article please, Share and Like it. Thanks.
See you in the next post, Have a Wonderful Day!