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Home Corner Bar

New Year’s Eve and everything in between, you are sure to get plenty of use out of your home bar. We have you covered – our home bars for sale come in a wide variety of styles, shapes, and sizes. So whether you are the type who always hosts large parties or more intimate gatherings there is a home bar to fit your needs. Whether you are looking for a bar cabinet, wine storage, corner bar or stand-alone bar, The Home Bar Store by Home Gallery Stores carries all types for indoor and outdoor use. Stand-alone bars are what you traditionally think of when you imagine a home bar. These can either be straight or have wrap-around edges. These are designed to be placed near a wall with room for a bartender on one side and guests to eat and drink on the other side. Typically, these will have shelves and storage but there are designs that are very simple and utilitarian with only a bar top to serve or hold a few objects. Bar Cabinets and Hide-a-Bars both have shelves and doors for glassware, beverage, and other bar accessory storage. The difference is hide-a-bars more closely resemble an armoire or wardrobe because the shelves and other compartment are contained with doors that you cannot see through. Bar Cabinets may have visible shelves and glass doors to better show off and display your entertaining items. Wine cabinets and other types of wine storage are made specifically to safely store multiple bottles of wine and wine glasses. These can range from very large, ornate cabinets that can hold dozens of bottles or simple wine racks to hold only a few bottles. Corner Bars are smaller than bar cabinets and are designed to fit in corners or other awkwardly shaped areas of a room. These are a great option because they provide plenty of bar storage, take up less space than a traditional stand-alone bar and can help fill dead space in a room.

Home Corner Bar

When my family and I first settled into our home in Atlanta, the people next door walked over with a basket of treats from a local gourmet market, told us a little about the various characters in the neighborhood and then politely asked at what nearby congregation we planned to worship. We were a mixed couple, right? Last year, we relocated our Judeo-Christian selves to the Chicago neighborhood of Bucktown in the northwestern part of the city. Our new condo-mate, Brad, crossed our shared courtyard to introduce himself and got down to a different kind of query. Had we picked out our drinking hole yet? “You should try the Corner Bar,” he said, as his Golden Retriever and our yellow Lab got on sniffing terms. “It really is just around the corner. Great people, great prices, and you can bring your dog.” Welcome to Chicago, where choosing a local hangout is serious business. We quickly spotted a good two dozen bars, pubs and taverns throughout Bucktown’s tree-lined streets. They occupy corner storefronts amid the residential hodgepodge of A-frame houses, Chicago three-flats, ultramodern new single-family dwellings and janky apartments. This neighborhood gets its eclectic character—solidly middle class, aspirational and scuzzy all at once—from its shifting fortunes, as successive waves of Eastern European immigrants, Puerto Ricans, addicts, gentrifiers and, finally, the marauding Hipster Nation moved in. But even as the street names have changed over the years from Polish heroes to German burghers to English authors, the bars—even as they adjust to new neighbors—remain constant. Walking a block in any direction from our front door, I can hit three bars. The Charleston is surely the coolest, with its Japanese whisky, pressed-tin ceiling and weekend DJ spinning vinyl. We go now and then. Burke’s Web Pub looks like the kind of dank place where old guys played darts until the kids took it over. It’s loud, and I’ve never ventured in. The Corner Bar gave me pause at first. It has no identifying placard other than the ubiquitous Heileman’s Old Style beer sign. The door, which has an air conditioning unit drooping above it, is usually cracked open to reveal a gloomy interior. Typically just a few folks congregate inside, but it picks up on weekend nights and during Blackhawks games. It’s one of those bars where the air seems thicker inside, at once inviting and repellent. After a few months I finally bellied up and thought I had walked into a sitcom scripted to scream “Chicago.” A woman was cracking folks up with a story about some bonehead who thought giardiniera (a spicy relish Chicagoans love) was a kind of cheese. One guy ordered a $1.75 PBR and smacked the quarter from his change on the counter for a tip. Behind the bar was a replica “Chicago Typewriter,” the submachine gun used by Al Capone. e only displayed liquor bottle that seemed to get any action was the Jeppson’s Malört, the beloved-by-locals spirit that tastes like Campho-Phenique aged in creosote. (When newbies try their first shot, the bartender snaps a picture.) One evening soon thereafter, Brad called me in as I was walking by with my Lab, who was happy to find Brad’s dog inside. “There are some treats in the back,” he said, buying me a PBR and introducing me around. He knew a lot about the history of the bar. It dates to the 1930s when it used to be a confectionary. The classic Art Deco back bar had a twin at a nearby tavern. Soon there was a third dog, a little white Bull Terrier who “used to want to kill other dogs but is now better socialized,” according to her owner who, to be safe, kept her leashed. During my first winter in Bucktown, as the weather went from cold, to colder, to an atmospheric condition I can only describe as “holy shitballs,” it all began to make sense. Chicagoans need their corner bars to force them to leave their houses at night, and same goes for their dogs. How lucky to be able to combine the two.

Home Corner Bar

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Home Bars Home bars are the perfect choice to create an entertaining oasis at home. Many home bars offer bar style seating for two or more as well as plenty of storage for your wine bottles and barware.Read More Wood home bars are still the most popular choice on the market but it’s easy to see why when you look at our huge range of styles and finishes. Try a dramatic shade like espresso or go for a classic bar feel with cherry or mahogany. Make the most of an awkward space with one of our corner home bars. Home bars are available in both contemporary and traditional styles, making it easy to find the right one for you. Cabinet home bars offer plenty of space for your extensive liquor collection. Make sure you pick a home bar model that has plenty of extras like wine racks, glass holders or a towel rack. Need to save on space? Folding home bars close up neatly when not in use. Cymax offers a huge selection of bar furniture from major name brands including Crosley Furniture home bars. Not what you are looking for? See our bar furniture page for more options.

Home Corner Bar

New Year’s Eve and everything in between, you are sure to get plenty of use out of your home bar. We have you covered – our home bars for sale come in a wide variety of styles, shapes, and sizes. So whether you are the type who always hosts large parties or more intimate gatherings there is a home bar to fit your needs. Whether you are looking for a bar cabinet, wine storage, corner bar or stand-alone bar, The Home Bar Store by Home Gallery Stores carries all types for indoor and outdoor use.

Home Corner Bar

Wood home bars are still the most popular choice on the market but it’s easy to see why when you look at our huge range of styles and finishes. Try a dramatic shade like espresso or go for a classic bar feel with cherry or mahogany. Make the most of an awkward space with one of our corner home bars. Home bars are available in both contemporary and traditional styles, making it easy to find the right one for you. Cabinet home bars offer plenty of space for your extensive liquor collection. Make sure you pick a home bar model that has plenty of extras like wine racks, glass holders or a towel rack. Need to save on space? Folding home bars close up neatly when not in use. Cymax offers a huge selection of bar furniture from major name brands including Crosley Furniture home bars. Not what you are looking for? See our bar furniture page for more options.

Home Corner Bar

Corner Mini Bar There is something absolutely elegant about mini bars, especially about the glass-and-chrome models, and I’m saying that as a non-drinker. Beautiful cut crystal glasses, noble bottles of Scotch, a vase with fresh flowers, and the unused corner in your living room suddenly becomes its most interesting point. Here’s a bunch of corner mini bar inspirations. Enjoy! Ideas By Madison Walker

Home Corner Bar

Home Corner Bar

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