Thus far in our Guide to Building a Home Bar series, we’ve covered:
1. Exploring Your Options
2. Layout and Design
3. Building Yourself vs. Hiring Out
4. Refrigeration, Part 1: Standard Refrigeration and Draft Beer Systems
5. Refrigeration, Part 2: Wine Refrigeration, Beverage Centers and Ice Machines
The Look and Feel of Your Home Bar
Bars are a great place to make a statement about yourself and what you love, and to have some fun with your furnishings and décor. Whether you’re a bad-ass dude going for the ultimate man cave or you’re creating a game room for the whole family, you can build your bar to reflect who you are and what you like.
When choosing a look for your bar, you might want to ask yourself how much time will be spent in the bar room and whether or not the room will be used for things other than entertaining.
Once you’ve decided how creative you can get, these popular bar themes might spark an idea:
When it comes to the look and feel, you’ve got tons of choices and the decisions are all yours. Spend a few minutes thinking about what you want your bar to ultimately look like and how you want people to feel when enjoying your bar. Have a vision and make it happen.
Our next post in the series will cover what Bar Foot Rails are and how they set your bar apart from all the rest.
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