A home bar is a great for entertaining. Whether you have space to dedicate an entire area, or just an open corner in your living space, you can create an area to store your glassware, mix drinks and show your guests that you know how to entertain!

A Colorful Corner Bar

We love this inspiring home bar that’s drenched in color. You can achieve a look like this using paint, wallpaper or tile on the walls and glass shelving that allows the light to bounce around. Top it off with colorful bottles, glass stemware and a few accessories.

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A Rustic Bar

This rustic log cabin stayed true to its roots with a rustic bar. The farmhouse barstools and planks of wood make this the perfect spot to enjoy a nice beer.

 

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An Indoor-Outdoor Bar

The kitchen windows in this home open to the patio. Using the right window, all you need is a countertop and some barstools to create a bar space.

 

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A Sleek, Retro Bar

For a more upscale look, this sleek bar has that so-old-it’s-cool-again look:

 

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An Outdoor, All-Weather Bar

This outdoor bar is made to survive sun, rain and more – use it on your patio, lanai or in your sunroom to keep drinks nearby when entertaining outside.

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A Versatile Bar

This piece can transform to fit your unique needs. Whether you want closed storage, an open wine bottle showcase or a place to show off your interesting bottles and glassware, you can achieve the look with this cabinet.

 

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