Home Wet Bars

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Home Wet Bars

Wet bars are found in homes for entertainment purposes. A finished basement is a typical location for a wet bar. Wet bars are relatively simple to build, and, thus, many homeowners have turned the wet bar into a do-it-yourself project. Recently, hotels have been incorporating wet bars into rooms, in which case the customer must pay to use the wet bar per drink. Including a refrigerator beneath the bar or cabinet is a popular option. This is useful for making chilled drinks and preserving previously made mixtures.

Home Wet Bars

These smaller home bars can be found in formal living rooms, between the dining room and kitchen, or anywhere you see fit. The popularity and ease of installing a wet bar has made them a popular DIY project for many home owners.

Home Wet Bars

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Announcement Home Wet Bar specializes in personalized gifts. We create all of our own designs, and do all of the personalization here in Oklahoma. We specialize in gifts for men, and all kinds of personalized glasses, beer mugs, signs, cutting boards, groomsmen gifts, flasks, decanters, wedding gifts, leather flasks, beer and whiskey items, gifts for dads, Christmas gifts for men, husbands, boyfriends, and custom barware. Announcement Last updated on Jun 14, 2016 Home Wet Bar specializes in personalized gifts. We create all of our own designs, and do all of the personalization here in Oklahoma. We specialize in gifts for men, and all kinds of personalized glasses, beer mugs, signs, cutting boards, groomsmen gifts, flasks, decanters, wedding gifts, leather flasks, beer and whiskey items, gifts for dads, Christmas gifts for men, husbands, boyfriends, and custom barware.

Home Wet Bars

A wet bar is a small bar used for mixing alcoholic beverages, which differs from a regular bar in that it includes a sink with running water. A wet bar can increase the rate at which drinks are served because of the sink, which allows for glasses to be cleaned immediately. The sink may also be used for adding water to drinks.

Home Wet Bars

In-home bars should reflect your style. For those who want a more rugged, southern inspired bar, accents of skulls and antlers can give your drinking space a really intriguing look. 

Home Wet Bars

Originally started in 2001, we are a true homegrown business that was built and is staffed by people who use the products and know the product line, and each new product we carry is still hand selected by the original founder, Keith Winter, for uniqueness, function, quality, and value. We are still true to our roots, and you can rest assured that every dollar you spend with us goes to a family-owned company, our employees, and to our community; not to some mega corporation. The HomeWetBar story starts in 2001 with a bar Keith built while in college at Oklahoma State University. Every weekend friends and family would come over and admire his redwood bar complete with a see-through bottle cap top, liquor cabinet, refrigerator, and fish tank in the front. Soon people were asking where he got the plans to build it and where they could get them. To this he simply replied, “There is no kit or plans. I made it from scratch.” After countless people asking about the plans, he decided to formally draw the plans up and open a small bar plans site on the internet to sell them; he named it HomeWetBar.com. Throughout the rest of his college career he sold the plans on the internet for extra spending money. A couple of years went by, and he graduated from college with dual degrees in Marketing and MIS, leaving Stillwater to pursue a management training program at a new job in Oklahoma City, OK. After about a year of the management program, things were going well, and Keith had worked his way up into management while still earning extra money off selling bar plans. Then one evening, inspiration hit. If he could sell over a dozen of these bar plans to people every month, didn't they need accessories too? After all, they were building bars in their homes and would need supplies. He already knew more than most people about bar and wine items. Why couldn't he provide them with supplies too? So he went to work in his spare time, and a few months later in September of 2004, HomeWetBar.com was reborn as a full e-commerce site. He started slow, only selling a few items out of his closet in his one-bedroom apartment, but he soon needed more space and moved into a two-bedroom apartment. Not long after that he had filled his new “warehouse” (second bedroom) with items, and all of the products and boxes soon started overflowing into his living room. Still only working on HomeWetBar.com part-time during the evening and early-morning hours, he realized he no longer could work 60+ hours a week at his main job and then spend his evenings and mornings working his second job at HomeWetBar.com. He knew he had to make a decision. So he took the leap and left his management position with his full-time employer and went to work on HomeWetBar.com full time. A few months later, he moved the business to a 2,800-sq. ft warehouse, where the business really took off. Shortly thereafter he found himself hiring new team members to help with orders, customer service, and the day-to-day operations, all the while adding hundreds of new products. Then, in 2008 HomeWetBar outgrew that warehouse and moved into a larger 7,500 sq ft. warehouse, but that location was quickly filled up as well. Finally in 2012 a new facility was located. Based in the heart of Oklahoma City at 425 E Hill Street, our newly renovated facility spans 32,000 sq. ft. Originally built in the 1950s, it was renovated by us as part of on inner city urban renewal project. Renovations on the warehouse and office were completed in the fall of 2012 and it is where the business continues to grow today, fueled by the passion Keith and his team members have for finding new, innovative home entertaining products and their dedication to treating each customer like family.

Home Wet Bars

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.

Home Wet Bars

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.

Announcement Home Wet Bar specializes in personalized gifts. We create all of our own designs, and do all of the personalization here in Oklahoma. We specialize in gifts for men, and all kinds of personalized glasses, beer mugs, signs, cutting boards, groomsmen gifts, flasks, decanters, wedding gifts, leather flasks, beer and whiskey items, gifts for dads, Christmas gifts for men, husbands, boyfriends, and custom barware.

Home Wet Bar specializes in personalized gifts. We create all of our own designs, and do all of the personalization here in Oklahoma. We specialize in gifts for men, and all kinds of personalized glasses, beer mugs, signs, cutting boards, groomsmen gifts, flasks, decanters, wedding gifts, leather flasks, beer and whiskey items, gifts for dads, Christmas gifts for men, husbands, boyfriends, and custom barware.

Of course, many people do include a small mini fridge or cooler in their wet bar design, for obvious purposes. It would be ridiculous to not have the ability to chill pre-made mixtures or drinks before serving.

Close enough for easy access but still comfortably distant from the work zone, this wet bar features a rich contrast of white cabinetry, gray countertops, and a deep gray brick wall. Open shelves provide a place to hang wineglasses, stash napkins, and display vintage barware.

In a New York City apartment with a spectacular view of the city skyline, designer Amy Lau brought in “gorgeous, sweeping curves and natural materials” in the design of the built-in wet bar to offset the linear visuals. “Organic shapes and materials strikes the perfect balance with the cityscape,” she says.

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.

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