Home Bar Cabinetry
Having your own home bar allows you to relax and socialize while drinking your favorite cocktails. Designing your home bar cabinetry starts with asking if you want a wet or dry bar. When it comes to cleaning up, a home wet bar is equipped with a sink and running water. When there is no plumbing for a sink, a dry bar can be used. Either way, you should include plenty of storage when designing your home bar cabinets in order to reduce clutter.
Home bar cabinetry include a combination of drawers, shelves, and pullouts can increase the storage capacity of a unit. It is important not only to keep bottles of beer, wine, and other drinks in storage cabinets, but also to keep utensils, glassware, and other bar accessories in them. It is best if there are different places where each can be stored since it not only helps you keep track of the differences in storage needs, it’s also easy to locate.
For your home bar to remain functional and clutter-free, you’ll need enough cabinets for storage. Here are some of the best ones:
- If you like to drink wine, you might choose cabinetry with an area deep enough to accommodate bottles of wine stacked on their side.
- You can also store non-refrigerated liquor bottles in pull-outs and compartments on slotted cabinets.
- Glass doors for displaying glassware.
- You can also use hanging wine glass racks if you want to display your stemware and access it easily.
- Small pantries are also great for storing dry ingredients or snacks for the home bar.
- A variety of base cabinets, some with drawers, some with shelves
- Cabinets, open shelves and floating shelves above the bar to hold glasses and appetizer plates.
Mod Cabinetry offers cabinets and Home Bar design services. Start your visualization with a Mod Certified Designer who will help you come up with an affordable home bar design plan that allows you entertain with ease.
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