Imagine a bar where you never have to wait in line, where the DJ always plays your favorite songs, and where the TVs are always showing your team’s game. Now imagine that perfect bar right in the comfort of your own home! All around the country homeowners are planning their own home bar addition with the exact design, styling, and decor they’ve always wanted. Whatever the style, placement, or budget home bars are the perfect place to relax and entertain, alike. And you don’t even have to get an Uber home!
Compact and Mobile Home Bars
You don’t need a whole room or a lot of space to dedicate to your home bar. In fact, some of the coolest bars are created and designed for small spaces. Compact or mobile home bars are designed with storage and simplicity in mind. Whether you get a cabinet, a cart, an end table, kegerator, or a wall-mounted bar, there are plenty of ways to incorporate a home bar even in the smallest of spaces.
Modern Wine Rack Tower
Wall-Mounted Bar Cabinet
Rustic Home Bar Cart
Modern, Contemporary, and Futuristic Home Bars
You love LED lights, touchscreen technology, and clean, sleek lines. You want your home bar to be as advanced as your smartphone or tablet. While some bars around the world are implementing touch-screen technology in their countertops, it’s still a relatively new advancement that requires a bit more fine-tuning before it can be brought into home bars. If you’re tech savvy enough, however, there are DIY ways to make your own touch-screen surface. To create your contemporary, modern, or futuristic bar, use unique materials, creative lighting, and funky shapes.
Scenic Heights Modern Bar
Metallic Home Bar
Touchscreen Bar Table
Traditional Home Bar
For a traditional home bar, think English or Irish pub. Warm woods with borders and panels, mirrors, and shelves stocked with spirits give your home bar a traditional and classic look. These home bars are perfect if you’re looking for a classy, old-school place to relax with friends and family.
West Hillhurst Traditional Home Bar
Traditional Corner Home Bar
Elegant English Traditional Home Bar
If you’d rather show off your impressive wine collection than learn how to mix drinks, a wine cellar is your best option. If you have a basement, you’re already ahead of the game. If you don’t have one, you still have plenty of options to create your perfect wine cellar, although you might end up calling it a fancy wine rack or tower.
Wall-Mounted Wine Rack Panels
Wood and Concrete Wine Cellar
Spiral Wine Cellar