Wet bar for home – dream or reality?
A bar with sink and running water at home can refresh your everyday life both in summer and in winter.
Ask yourself now, if you really need a wet bar for home . Yes, you can mix alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks in the kitchen on the countertop. We don’t doubt it. A separate bar will give you a feeling of luxury. Maybe you belong to the people who like the evening drinking a beer or other drink in the bar/pub around the corner. Or have worked previously as a bartender and miss the feeling behind the counter to be. It doesn’t matter what is exactly your case. Maybe have just free space available and want to make it useful.
Do you want a cocktail bar at home?
So you start with the placement. Where do you have enough space for a bar? The cellar counts too. There, you can create an authentic and warm atmosphere. You have a large kitchen, but grab the opportunity and build your own bar.
As you can see in the photos below, a domestic bar counter can a kitchen island/Peninsula very similar to be. A Cabinet full of glass, small countertop, sink and a fridge at home are the main ingredients of a bar counter.
How do you get this idea? Do you want a bar counter at home?
Large kitchen with separate countertop for preparation of drinks
The pigeonhole plays the role of the refrigerator for juice and beer bottles – just like in a public bar
A small and convenient cocktail bar
Your guests will be impressed by your home bar
If you like to drink wine, so a wood cabinet is the right solution for you
Wine rack with built-in holder with wood Rails for hanging wine glasses
Rounded bar and comfortable chair rather than the typical bar stools
The kitchen countertop is also making sure that you can mix drinks there
Taking the stairs is often free space. Make it for use
Awaken the bartender
A stylish, practical wall shelf for the liquor bottles