Home Bar Counter Design Philippines

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Home Bar Counter Design Philippines

.  This is a very simple home bar that offers a decent amount of storage including a 9 bottle wine rack.  Behind the bar are 4 levels of open shelving for easy access; however, because it’s open, it’s not a locking unit.  The front of the unit offers an elevated bar counter in front of which you can easily accommodate two or three bar stools.

Home Bar Counter Design Philippines

Kelly and Co. Design created a contemporary-style bar in this renovated barn entertainment space without losing the ambiance of its rustic surroundings. A black granite countertop and zinc bar top sit atop wood cabinets and stainless steel fixtures. LED backlighting, which can be changed according to mood, showcases the bar selections. The bar features a keg tap, a wine fridge, a dishwasher, a refrigerator, and ample storage for glassware and other serving pieces.

Home Bar Counter Design Philippines

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Wide bar, as seen on DIY Network’s original series, Man Caves. The color theme is orange and has a small bar area with bar stools and old framed photos above the counter.

Home Bar Counter Design Philippines

Using built-in cabinets or large furniture can make your bar look more distinguished and showcase your liquor, drinkware and other bar accessories. Built-in cabinets are the most expensive option, but they also give your bar the most stately, permanent look. If built-in is too big of a task, using a buffet table, cabinet or bookshelf is another way to incorporate storage in your bar and feature fun pieces of furniture.

Home Bar Counter Design Philippines

This is another option.  It’s more expensive, but you’ll get a much larger bar than the types you’ll buy at an online store or local store.  If you’re looking for something substantial with plumbing and custom electrical work, your best bet is to seek out custom bar/cabinet shops who can design, build and install your home bar for you.

Home Bar Counter Design Philippines

.  This cherry L-shaped home bar is fairly large for a bar cabinet you can buy online.  It’s not exactly all that portable within your home, but at the same time it offers that “bar experience” which is great.  It’s perfect for finished basements, billiards rooms and entertainment rooms.

Home Bar Counter Design Philippines

If you have the space, a ready-made unit is the easiest way to add a bar to your home. These are available to purchase at many online retailers as well as furniture stores, and typically are constructed of either wood or composite wood. Things to consider when buying a freestanding bar include the size of your space, the style of the bar and whether you would like it to have a water hookup.

Home Bar Counter Design Philippines

If you love concocting new drinks for friends and entertaining in your home, then creating a home bar should be next on your to-do list. These seven home bar ideas will help you create a space that’s original, functional and attractive enough to become the centerpiece of your at-home entertaining.

Give yourself more counter space to shake and stir with a built-in island, which can serve several purposes. Islands provide ample space for preparing and serving drinks or hors d’oeuvres at a party. With the addition of barstools, guests can sit at the bar and socialize. Upgrade to a wet bar by adding a sink, which will help you clean glasses quickly and serve drinks faster. This can get costly if you don’t have a water line running nearby; you’ll also need to install the sink.

.  This is not your typical home bar design.  It’s a mid-century modern style with vinyl upholstery and chrome feet.  As you can see, it’s fairly small so it fits in many rooms.  If your living room is decorated in a mid-century modern design, this bar could fit in nicely.

Seating is key to having guests linger in your bar area, whether with traditional barstools or comfortable lounge seating. You want to have room for your guests to socialize comfortably; this can be as simple as adding a few vintage chairs near the bar or rearranging your space so that chairs, couches and other seating complement the bar area.

For flexibility in a small space, consider creating a bar from a cart or cabinet on wheels, as designer Leanne Ford did here: You can move it out of the way when you need the extra room. When styling your bar, “mix your bottles and glassware with special odds and ends that have meaning to you,” says Ford. “That will give the space some character and turn your bar into something special for you and your guests to enjoy.”

.  This model, in black with a contemporary design, offers 2 unique features.  First, it’s a wrap-around counter which is unusual for such a small home bar.  Second, it has glass-faced cabinets viewed from both front and back.

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 >>

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.

.  Customers love this small ornate home bar cabinet with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars.  For a smaller home bar unit, it offers decent storage options including a wine rack.  The way it’s configured, you can have stools on the front side as well.

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.

From a party at home that simply rocks, to not having to worry about driving back home, a home bar offers plenty of advantages that go way beyond the aesthetics of it. From the classic to the contemporary, retro to futuristic, you can opt for a design that fits your house best and then fill it with the best intoxicating delights of your choice.

The first thing you’ll want to decide is where to put your home bar. Common placements include kitchens and dining rooms, although living rooms and basements are also popular, as people also entertain guests in those rooms. If you live in an area with great weather year-round, you could even consider an outdoor bar.

Not ready for a full-on renovation? A bar cart is an easy and inexpensive way to create a bar area and showcase specialty liquors, and it can be easily moved to different places in your home to serve different purposes (or parties). While there are plenty of options available at online retailers, you could also look at vintage shops, estate sales and thrift stores for a whimsical, one-of-a-kind piece.

Built-in ice-bucket:  Again, not a terribly common feature, but a nice bonus.  Read the specifications carefully.  Most built-in ice buckets are located on the prep counter behind-the-bar.

Bar in a box – In a compact space, furniture that can pull double-duty is a must. This elegant box bar-cum-console discretely merges with its decor, yet has plenty of different compartments for your glasses, bottles, cocktail kit, and even some room left over to keep your wines and other refreshments cool.

A retro wet bar with cosmic accents sits outside the entry to a Star Trek-themed pinball arcade, turning this finished basement into a fun party spot. A curved soffit mirrors the lines of the curved, quartz-topped bar.

As seen on DIY’s Man Cave, a basement bar is designed to fit this homeowner’s style. A clover with the numbers 508 is painted on the floor, a jukebox is added, and a small bar area with a tv fits against the back wall.

This might sound a bit too preachy to a few, but drunk driving is one of the biggest reasons why accidents happen on the road and if you have had one too many drinks, most often you need someone else to drive you back home. Enter a home bar into the scene and you are simply never too far away from your bed. Not only does this make the roads safer for others, but puts you out of any potential run-ins with the law as well.

This kitchen-dining area is for a local Texas home, but from the looks of it, this is a common look for a kitchen area. The granite counter-tops may be a standard for kitchens, but this room sure looks great with it.

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