With growing exposure and purchasing power, having a bar unit at home is kind of becoming a new normal.
According to the dictionary, bar means “a counter in a pub, restaurant, or cafe across which drinks or refreshments are served.”
Let us see how we can bring this into our homes.
A bar unit should typically consist of a counter (to serve the drinks), storage and/or display space for bottles and serving glasses, and a fridge.
15 bar unit designs for your inspiration
1. Modular or Compact bar unit
For all of you who have a space constraint at your home to have an elaborate bar area, here is a super cool modular bar which not only looks elegant but also fulfills the purpose of a bar.
2. Crockery cum bar unit
When you have some space in your dining area, instead of having just a crockery unit, have a crockery cum bar unit.
Both these go hand in hand and looks elegant too. In the below picture you can see how nicely they are blended.
If the unit is wide enough you can even keep a coffee maker or a juicer here on the counter.
The back lit lights simply glam up the unit to a next level.
The closed storage unit below the counter gives some kind of privacy to hide items that you would not like to put on display.
3. Bar cum partition
When you want to create a partition between living and dining instead of just making it a partition, incorporate a bar into it.
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4. Rustic bar unit
For the rustic lover in you, here is a unit designed just for you.
The wall mount bottle storage unit is so sleek and handy.
Up-cycled wooden counter gives room for one person to stand inside and mix your favorite drink.
If you have the right tools, you easily take this up as your next DIY project.
I have a list of other DIY home decor projects listed in the below article for you.
“11 unique DIY home decor ideas”
5. Wall mount bar
This super sleek bar can be accommodated anywhere in your house.
All you need is max 7″ depth to place your bottles and glasses. You can decide the length and width based on your space availability.
One of the most easily accessible type of bar unit I would say.
6. Golden bar unit
Are you a fan of luxury and glamour? Have your bar unit with a tinge of golden touch to it.
The brass rod with golden powder coat builds a lovely frame for the wall unit, while the glass shelves make it light on the eye.
Extending the golden element into the base unit gives a very cohesive look to the entire unit.
7. Traditional bar
If your house is designed to welcome a solid wood traditional bar, oh boy! You have made a place for this beauty to fit in just right!
This also has a place for a small handy sink, horizontal wine rack, and a mini fridge too. Isn’t that all you want?!
8. Trolley bar
Oh, look at this cutie. Show it off in front of your guests. She is indeed a trophy.
More so, a serving unit than a actual bar, this very unique piece of furniture to own.
9. Bar in barrel
Who says only Pirates of the Caribbean stored their drinks in barrels? You can also have one for yourself, if you wish to have 😛
10. Smart storage bar
I would call this a multipurpose unit. This acts as a console table, storage cum bar unit.
Though so small in size, it is so nicely designed with space for everything related to a bar.
11. Entertainment room with bar
Let us say you have a dedicated room to create your own man cave, go all-in and have an entertainment room with bar.
This can have a pool table, high end music system, projector, bar and what not?!
Here are some tips to design your man cave.
12. The one with TV
Meant exclusively for the sports fans, your favorite match just got even more interesting with friends around and a drink in hand.
That counter top is so elegant.
13. Circular bar
Something about this just reminded me of Vegas. Maybe it is something I saw in the movies Oceans eleven or Hangover, I don’t remember.
Anyways, this circular bar if best suited if you have a separate family area with bigger space availability.
14. Below the staircase bar
That dead space below the stairs can be put to great use when treated well, like in this picture below:
15. Bar in a niche
This holds good if you have some kind of niche available at your home:
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