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How to Design a Home Bar


    The question is: How to Design a Home Bar?

    The enjoyment of visiting a bar goes beyond drinks. It’s all about the people, the atmosphere, and all the accessories. In the home, a well-created bar can provide the same atmosphere and act as a unique place to enjoy evening drinks after work and celebrations with loved ones and relatives.

    “A home bar is just really festive, collective, and inviting,” said Andrew Suvalsky, an interior designer from New York. “When you set up a bar, it shows that you care about entertaining and helping people have an experience.”

    Additionally, since a bar at home is usually hidden in a secluded location, it allows you to make risky design decisions, according to Leslie Martin, a founder of M & M Interior Design which is a company that has studios located in Chicago as well as San Diego: “It’s sort of a powder room, where you’re able to turn it into a sort of a jewel box. Most of them are in closed rooms, and you could like to go to the next level.”


    Here are some resources I recommend:

    120 Alcoholic Drinks for Connoisseurs shows you over one hundred unique alcoholic drinks to make and show off to your friends and have a night you won’t forget.

    Professional Bartender Kit is a must-have collection for anyone interested in bartending, mixology, or someone who loves to make drinks.

    RUBY Decanter w/ Built-in Aerator is easily the best on the market that we recommend.

    8oz Premium Flask for when you’re going out and don’t want to blow all your money on drinks.

    Stainless Steel Cooling Stones for keeping your drinks cold and classy.

    Bartending & Mixology Masterclass teaches you everything you need to know about mixing drinks and alcoholic beverages like a professional.