A bar at home is every grown-ups dream. Coming home after a long, exhausting day at work a Margarita or Cosmopolitan can be a great reward. Imagine making it in your own bar, in your own home. Well everything it’s possible. Let’s see some of ideas on how to incorporate a bar in your house.
1. Large spaces
Well if we are talking about large spaces then we should take us much advantage as we can. Depending on how your house it’s decorated and what style you want your bar to be we suggest to you five design concepts:
- Rustic – rural, pastoral. Rustic interior design creates an eclectic look that emphasises nature.
- Modern – clean, unadorned interiors; it uses natural materials such as wood, leather, teak and linen are prominent.
- Vintage – minimal, curvy shapes and muted colours; is a friendly vintage style that adds a fun touch to any design.
- Minimalist – superior materials that give the impression of an apparently moderate luxury; the work of art is reduced to its necessary elements.
- Industrial – usability, usually associated with craft design and ergonomics, together in order to mass-produce goods.
2. Cocktails in your garden
This could be the perfect place to have a party. If you’ll organise it right you don’t you won’t need to use a lot of space. You can reuse an old cabinet. Just paint it with pastels and place it in your garden. Stuff it up with your favourite goodies and let’s party!
3. A small bar for small spaces
Well if you are dealing with a small space you’ll need all of your creativity. You can arrange a really cool bar even if your space is not the most bidding. If you don’y have space for a mini bar just simply arrange a tray on your kitchen shelf and display on it your favourite drinks. Also, you could add decorations such as like a vase with flowers or some beautiful engraved glasses.
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