Custom Home Bars
Beautifully Crafted Custom Home Bars and Commercial Bars Since 1978, Primo Craft has been crafting the highest quality traditional style residential and commercial wood bars and custom furniture for discerning homeowners and the hospitality industry. • Home bars and wet bars. Primo Craft offers many standard home bars, basement bars and wet bars in a variety of configurations, and we also design custom bars for clients nationwide. • Commercial bars. We custom design beautiful wood bars for bars, of course, as well as restaurants, hotels, golf clubhouses, and more. Your imagination is our starting point. • Expertise, craftsmanship, and style. We bring a wealth of experience and know-how to our clients, along with the finest American hardwoods and long-lasting finishes for heirloom quality furniture. • Bars are just the beginning. At Primo Craft, we can custom design beautiful wood furnishings, including entertainment centers, TV cabinets, fireplaces mantels, fireplace surrounds, shelving and more to make the most of your casual living spaces.
Custom Home Bars
Custom Bars Custom bars are a PrimoCraft specialty. Many of our clients request a custom bar or ask us to modify a standard home bar to meet their specific needs. Whatever you envision, bring us your ideas, pictures and any other source material, and together we’ll create the custom bar you’ve always wanted. Mix and match from various elements, including front bars, back bars, corner bars and wet bars. To see a chart showing various configurations, visit our Master Layouts page. Like our home bars, custom bars are made here in the U.S. from American hardwoods including oak, maple and cherry, and then finished in your choice of stain color.
Custom Home Bars
Custom Home Bars
Custom bars are a PrimoCraft specialty. Many of our clients request a custom bar or ask us to modify a standard home bar to meet their specific needs. Whatever you envision, bring us your ideas, pictures and any other source material, and together we’ll create the custom bar you’ve always wanted.
Custom Home Bars
Our team at Classic Bars, Inc. understands how great it feels to have your own bar at home. Entertaining in the comfort of your own house is a rewarding experience. We offer over 20 years of experience designing, building, and installing home bars in the surrounding area of Atlanta. We have installed and handled hundreds of satisfied customers by providing a wide range of customizable features.
When Classic Bars, Inc. was established in 1995, we made it our goal to develop the perfect home bar for our customers . Keeping this in mind, we strive to ensure you are satisfied with our customer service and high-quality craftsmanship while we work closely with you to design your dream bar and install your custom creation in your home. Call us at 350-9806 for a free quote.
At Classic Bars, Inc., our team of professionals will consult with you prior to drafting the design for your bar so that you can rest easy knowing all the features and elements you desire are incorporated into your custom bar. After reviewing your intended residential lounge area, our design consultant can offer knowledgeable advice on how to maximize difficult spaces, utilize unique architecture, and add convenient appliances.
During the renovation of a home in Greenwich, Conn., Anthony DeRosa of DeRosa Builders was able to incorporate a wet bar into the design of the family room without adding on or stealing space from the seating area. “We fit the bar into a little-used closet,” says DeRosa. “We had cabinets custom built for the space. The biggest challenge was finding a sink small enough to fit within the tight dimensions.” Mission, accomplished.
When creating a bar to service the kitchen and dining room for a client who entertained regularly, Teri Turan’s biggest challenge was space: “We only had a 47-inch space to fit a wine captain, an ice maker, storage for top shelf bottles, mixers, glassware, cocktail napkins and bar paraphernalia,” she says. Custom cabinets and careful shopping for extra-small appliances got the job done. She finished off the look with Persia Pearl granite countertops and honed travertine tile on the backsplash.
Even the tiniest wet bar will be a boon for entertaining if you choose the right spot for it. “It makes sense to fit the bar near the traffic pattern of the party,” says Gretchen Brown, who created this diminutive 3½-foot-wide by 2-foot-deep drinks station using custom cabinetry painted in Benjamin Moore’s Snowfall White.
The Wendl family lived in a humble home with an outdated retro design. The cousins, Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri updated their home with a modern, chic look while complementing their desired retro design. The family room has been redesigned to include a fun white and mint green bar.
Nestled in the corner of a large kitchen designed for a family of five, this small wet bar was planned to serve the needs of the entire clan. “It’s prepped and ready to hold all of the fixings for adult beverages, but instead of wine storage we incorporated a chilled fridge space for water bottles, children’s drinks and beverages,” says the design team. “With glass storage above, the homeowners can also display their glassware and china.” See more small home bar ideas >>
An impressive bar crowns this basement home theater. With plenty of storage and shelf space for glassware and beverages, a small refrigerator and wine fridge, neon signs, marble countertop and expertly placed television, your friends won’t want to leave even after the game is over.
To make the most of the limited square footage of a New York City apartment, architect Michael K. Chen created a now-you-see-it, now-you-don’t “party wall.” By day all that is visible in the entry of the home is a wall of sleekly lacquered cabinets and drawers. But after dark, in the words of the architect, “the panels open to reveal a full bar with integral refrigeration and tap, and storage in a louche walnut burl with integral LED lighting. A display compartment has another dual personality, flipping from cool and white, to richly burled wood.”
During the renovation of a home in Greenwich, Conn., Anthony DeRosa of DeRosa Builders was able to incorporate a wet bar into the design of the family room without adding on or stealing space from the seating area. “We fit the bar into a little-used closet,” says DeRosa.
Beyond offering a place to mix drinks, a wet bar can play an important design role in a home with an open layout, linking the kitchen workspace with the entertaining areas of the house. Here, designer Amy Darooge used rustic materials to create a coherent style throughout. She chose distressed wood cabinetry, a copper sink and faucet, and “the material on the counter is walnut with a live ledge,” she says.