The Home Bar Collection

26 products

26 products


Creating a stylish home bar has grown in popularity, as the trend of entertaining at home continues to grow.

Whether you're a fan of mixology or simply enjoy hosting gatherings, a well-designed home bar can provide an enjoyable alternative to going out.

The Layout and Design

Built-In Wet Bar:

A built-in wet bar is a fantastic option for those who have the space and want a fully equipped bar area.

Here are some design considerations to keep in mind:

  • Location: Choose a convenient location near areas like the kitchen, dining room, outdoor entertainment space, patio, or basement.

  • Plumbing: Ensure that plumbing is easily accessible for the sink.

  • Countertops: Opt for durable and stylish materials such as granite, marble, or quartz.

  • Cabinetry: Install cabinets above and below the countertop for storage and consider glass-front cabinets to showcase glassware.

  • Lighting: Use pendant lights or under-cabinet lighting to create a pleasant ambiance.

  • Seating: If space permits, include a bar counter with stools for comfortable seating.

  • Appliances: Incorporate appliances like a mini fridge, wine cooler, and dishwasher for added convenience.

  • Flooring: protect against spillage with durable flooring options like an indoor-outdoor rug, or vinyl flooring.  

 

A Dry Bar:

A dry bar is an excellent choice for those with space constraints or where adding plumbing is not feasible.

Here are some design considerations for a dry bar:

  • Storage: Focus on storage solutions for bottles, glassware, and accessories since a sink is not included.

  • Display: Consider open shelving or a wine rack as a focal point to showcase your collection.

  • Countertop Space: Ensure you have ample space for mixing and preparing drinks.

  • Backsplash: Add a stylish backsplash that complements the overall aesthetic of the bar.

  • Accessories: Stock your dry bar with essential bar tools, accessories, and items like an ice bucket or wine coolers.

 

Free-Standing Bar with Bar Cart:

A bar cart offers versatility and mobility, making it a popular choice. If you want a step-by-step guide for setting up your bar cart, you can read our journal here

Here are some points to consider when incorporating a bar cart into your home:

  • Bar Cart Selection: Choose a bar cart that matches your decor style. Options include bar carts or trolleys made from rattan, chrome, leather, wood, glass, or metal.

  • Organization: Use the top shelf for frequently used bottles and tools, and the bottom shelf for additional storage, accessories, cocktail books, and more. 

  • Styling: Personalize your bar cart with decorative items like a vase, books, living energy, something loved, and something with lustre.

  • Mobility: We recommend selecting a bar cart with wheels for easy movement between different areas of your home.

  • Accessories: Equip your bar cart with essential bar tools, glasses, and an ice bucket.

 


Essential Bar Tools and Accessories

At Home Bar Tools

  • Muddler
  • Corkscrew
  • Bottle Opener
  • Cocktail Shaker
  • Cocktail Mixing Glass
  • Jigger & Measuring Cup
  • Strainer
  • Pour Spout
  • Bar Spoons
  • Citrus Peelers
  • Mixing Sticks
  • Small Paring Knife

 

At Home Bar Accessories

  • Carafe
  • Ice Bucket
  • Citrus Juicer
  • Whisky / Gin Rocks
  • Jigger & Measuring Cup
  • Mandolin
  • Decanter
  • Wine Saver
  • Cocktail Picks
  • Glass Droppers

Glassware

When it comes to glassware, aim for a streamlined look by sticking to a similar design in different shapes and sizes. Showcase 4-6 glasses tailored to your favorite drinks, such as whisky glasses, tumblers, or stemless wine glasses.

 


At Home Bar Lighting

Proper lighting is essential for creating the right ambiance in your home bar.

Consider the following lighting ideas:

  • Pendant Lights: Hang stylish pendant lights above the bar area for both illumination and aesthetic appeal.

  • LED Strip Lights: Install LED strip lights under shelves or counters to add a modern touch and create different moods.

  • Backlit Shelves: Showcase your glassware collection with backlit shelves, adding sophistication to the bar's appearance.

  • Track Lighting: Use track lighting to highlight specific areas like the bar counter, display shelves, or artwork on the walls.

  • Cabinet Lighting: Illuminate glass-front cabinets or liquor storage areas with cabinet lighting, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere.

  • A chandelier or Statement Light Fixture: Make a statement with a chandelier or unique light fixture that complements your home's overall theme.

  • Table Lamps: Place small table lamps strategically on the bar counter or nearby tables for a cozy and intimate atmosphere.

  • Candlelight: Utilize flameless LED candles to add a warm and classic glow to your home bar.

  • Dimmer Switches: Install dimmer switches for flexibility in adjusting the brightness of the lights, allowing you to set the mood for different occasions.


Home Bar Furniture

If you are setting up a complete entertaining area, selecting the right furniture is crucial for a functional and stylish home bar.

Consider the following furniture ideas:

  • Bar Counter: Choose a well-designed bar counter that provides ample space for mixing drinks and serving.

  • Bar Stools: Select comfortable and stylish bar stools that complement the overall aesthetic of your home bar.

  • Shelving Units: Install shelves or display cabinets to showcase your glassware collection and barware.

  • Wine Rack: Incorporate a wine rack if you're a wine enthusiast, either as a standalone piece or integrated into the shelving.

  • Bar Cart: Opt for a versatile and movable bar cart that adds style and functionality to your home bar.

  • Back Bar Hutch: Consider adding a back bar hutch with glass doors to display glassware, decanters, and other decorative items.

  • Built-in Lounge Seating: If space permits, create a cosy seating area adjacent to the bar, such as a built-in banquette seat for a more relaxed and intimate atmosphere.

 


Accessories: Loved, Lustre, Living.

Adding personal touches and decorative elements can elevate the overall look and feel of your home bar.

Consider the following ideas:

  • Artwork: Hang artwork or prints that reflect your personal taste and create a focal point in the bar area.

  • Mirrors: Install mirrors to create the illusion of a larger space and add lustre and depth to the bar area.

  • Living energy: Add greenery with potted plants or fresh flowers to bring a touch of nature to the space.

  • Coasters and Napkins: Use stylish coasters and napkins that match the theme or color scheme of your home bar.

  • Cocktail Books: Display a collection of cocktail recipe books for both inspiration and decoration.

  • Bar Accessories: Showcase your bar tools, cocktail shakers, and garnish containers in an organized and visually appealing way.