Every home should have: Home Bars

I know what you’re thinking: that the party season is over therefore this post about beautiful home bars is now useless and unnecessary.  I have to respectfully disagree: now is when many people with unreasonably-set resolutions will need a bar in their homes.  I’m referring to those that soon after the second month start conceiving the idea that it may be impossible to lose 20 pounds in three months.  There are different types of home bars.  The bar cart is still in its heydays, mostly in small cities where space is scarce and it’s important to be able to move things around whenever possible.  Cabinet bars is my favorite option, they provide the choice of encasing everything when not being used.  For grown-ups a.k.a., really serious entertainers and hosts there is the option of wet bars with sinks and everything.

Mary McDonald


Atlanta Homes
A tropical take on a home bar via House Beautiful

 Love love the tones in this vignette.  It screams masculinity and elegance.

I will do whatever it takes to end up with a outdoor space like this one at the end of my life.  via House Beautiful
No judgment!  Whatever happens behind your bathroom doors is entirely up to you.
A pretty composition of a very feminine space.  The bar cart gives the flexibility to be moved to other parts of the house.  via Lonny
home bars via belle vivir
A very well used space in this industrial looking home bar via House Beautiful
home bars via belle vivir blog
This is a manly home bar with some glam and earthy touches that make it feel warm.

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  • Agreed, I am currently working on making our old builtin TV cabinet into a bar/wine holder.. hope its as cool as some of these images!!

  • Happy New Years Julie!
    A home bar coveys so much ambience! I am on the lookout for a bamboo bar cart!

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