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I want to build a home bar. Where do I start?First, pick a location. Generally, people will build a basement bar or corner bar in an area near the kitchen or dining room. If you are limited in terms of available indoor space, an outdoor bar is an excellent option, especially during warmer seasons. Once you have secured a location, decide on what functionality you want to include in your space, such as sinks, storage and refrigeration. This will help you with the overall layout of your home bar design, and then you can start picking materials and finishes that will coordinate with the rest of the space. Do I need a wet bar or portable bar?Including a sink in the functionality of your new watering hole makes it a wet bar. Sinks are convenient for home bars if you choose a location far from your kitchen. Don’t need running water? You might think about going with one of the many portable home bar design ideas, which will enable you to conveniently turn any space in your house into a barroom or cantina. For portable options, try a fun bar cart. What home bar furniture should I get?Choose furniture that will coordinate well with the rest of your home’s decor. Seating and storage are essential to home bar designs, so look for bar stools and a liquor cabinet of some sort. If you are creating a freestanding station instead of using existing countertops, you will need a bar table, which are taller and shallower than regular dining tables. Check that your stool and table height work together before you finalize any home bar designs. Once you’ve found all of the right furniture pieces, you can implement your favorite decorative elements based on the home bar ideas that inspire you the most. How should I decorate my home bar?Accessorizing is the fun part of finalizing home bar designs. Find a theme that you want to incorporate — think about what you might see at your favorite pub or alehouse. There are infinite bar decorating ideas to choose from, but don’t stress too much about finding the right barware pieces, as these are easy to change out. Bottle openers, decanters, ice buckets, cocktail shakers and glassware are a few of the functional accessories to remember to pick up. Coasters, neon lights or signage are all great home bar ideas that will help you achieve the look you want, whether it’s a futuristic lounge or a historical saloon. Last, but not least, don’t forget to stock up on your beverage of choice!

Home Bar Dallas

All Rooms / Home Bar Photos 45,500 Home Bar Design Photos Everyone has their favorite spot to enjoy a glass of wine or a shot of whiskey. For some people, that spot is right in the comfort of their own home bar. In-home bars can act as a central hub for entertainment, and can easily bring with them the fun atmosphere of a tavern or cocktail lounge. When browsing photos for home bar ideas, ask yourself the following questions to make sure you create exactly what you want and need: More Popular Today Latest Activity All Time Popular Newly Featured 1 – 8 of 45,500 photos

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I really only find myself at the Green Elephant once a year when my friend's band The Mumbles play for the toy drive at Christmas time. This is definitely a college bar and they are mostly not into the punk/new wave covers the band plays, but whatevs. I'm there to make sure I have a good time, not them. : ) There's not much to the bar, although it's pretty spacious. Bar up front. Stage to the right. Pool table in the middle of the room near the back. A few chairs and tables, and a few couches. There's a bar in the back and also a patio for the smokers. I've never been out to the patio so not sure what it's like. I did notice they added about three more stalls to the ladies room and that's always a bonus. Drinks are about average. I got a whiskey/ginger ale drink in a tiny plastic cup for $3.50. Overall never a bad time, but just because of location and the ton of cools bar I'd pass to get to this one, I'll probably only be back around Christmas. PS – parking is a beyatch if you get there late.

Home Bar Dallas

I really only find myself at the Green Elephant once a year when my friend's band The Mumbles play for the toy drive at Christmas time.  This is definitely a college bar and they are mostly not into the punk/new wave covers the band plays, but whatevs.  I'm there to make sure I have a good time, not them.  : )  There's not much to the bar, although it's pretty spacious.  Bar up front.  Stage to the right.  Pool table in the middle of the room near the back.  A few chairs and tables, and a few couches.  There's a bar in the back and also a patio for the smokers.  I've never been out to the patio so not sure what it's like.  I did notice they added about three more stalls to the ladies room and that's always a bonus.  Drinks are about average.  I got a whiskey/ginger ale drink in a tiny plastic cup for $3.50.  Overall never a bad time, but just because of location and the ton of cools bar I'd pass to get to this one, I'll probably only be back around Christmas.PS – parking is a beyatch if you get there late.

Home Bar Dallas

A home bar can transform your house into the place to be for any occasion. Pull up a chair and enjoy some company with friends. Whether you’re posting up while the game is on or enjoying a nightcap, a home bar can be a comfortable retreat. You’ll find the best selection of home bar furniture and sets at Nebraska Furniture Mart. Check out styles that range from rustic to modern. These sets also include matching bar stools or chairs that offer you and your guests a cozy way to relax. Now, you’ll have a way to store all of your favorite drinks, stemware, tumblers, and glasses in one spot. Start mixing up your favorite drinks and check.

Home Bar Dallas

AWESOME neighborhood bar. Total hole in the wall. I came here for a silent disco and had a blast! Drinks are cheap and the bar staff is friendly. There's a long bar in the front area and a smaller one near the back. There's a giant open area (dance floor) in front of the stage when you walk in so there is plenty of room to move around. They have an outdoor area to the back if you need to step out and get some air. The bathrooms aren't the cleanest thing in the world but lets be honest, its a bar so you cant expect much. I will say, there are plenty of stalls so you'll never have to wait long! My only complaint is parking. This area was definitely not built for large crowds to park. If going here I suggest cabbing it to avoid the stress of driving in circles looking for parking!

Home Bar Dallas

On a Wednesday night our barhop to college dive bar Milo Butterfingers near SMU was circumvented by a surprise detour to the Elephant Room. “It's drum circle night!” My friend recalled with a grin of delightful mischief. The dark purple lit stage was partially full with drummers, and a circle of chairs around the venue with a few others. “It'll fill up with drummers around midnight.” My friend reported. We headed outside and passed by tables of crystals and bracelets for sale, as well as other hippie esque retail when my buddy ran into a friend who was drumming on stage. After an update on recent news of his personal life he cut it short, “excuse me, I'm gonna do some yoga to warm up for the show.” On the patio a cast of party revelers reminded me of my UT Austin party days circa 1990. A handsome young man with long curly hair started dancing in a homemade full body dinosaur costume. “I dig your outfit.” I flirted as he donned his T Rex hoodie and danced around the yard with others, including a man who was slowly manuvering a hoola hoop around his head. There was a blurry magic as the yard got packed and the party heated up. “We never partied like this in Lubbock.” One guy observed who went to Tech. “We did in Austin.” I clearly remembered. The drum circle was kinda loud inside and the music in the back yard was kind of uninspiring, and really secondary compared to the phenomenological preoccupation of the sky high college patrons. It was nice to see people keeping it real in Dallas.

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