Your Guide on How to Decorate Your Home Bar
If you frequent bars in your free time and there’s nothing that brings you more joy than drinking beer with a close group of friends, you should try setting up a Home Bar. It will be the perfect feature for your home and will make your space look a lot more inviting. A home bar is usually an extension of your Kitchen Island.
If you have limited space in your kitchen, you can always remodel a portion of your living room
and set up a cozy little nook where you can enjoy drinks with your friends. If you don’t want to spend money on a remodel, you can use an old Dresser and make it look a
miniature version of your favorite bar.
Let’s take a look at the following home bar décor ideas that will help you get your place ready
for a party.
1. Stick to a Theme
Before you can get started with decoration, you need to come up with a theme so that all the
elements are cohesive. Feel free to take inspiration from actual bars you’ve been to and truly let your inner creativity shine through.You can try decorating it with Antique Beer Equipment, Vintage Cocktail Glasses, and old recipe books to make it look like something out of an old movie. You can set up a Game of Thrones-inspired home bar if you’re fan of the show.
Let your imagination run wild to make your home bar look truly extraordinary.
2. Display the Liquor Bottles
When you’re arranging the liquor bottles, you need to display them in an orderly fashion.
Group them by size on the shelves or place them on Wooden Trays or crates on the counter.
Make sure the space doesn’t look cluttered and you can easily find everything you need when
you’re mixing a drink. Fill up the Shelves and make sure the most frequently used items are
placed within reach while the decorative pieces are higher up. Store the bitters and sweeteners
on a separate shelf. Glassware should also be grouped by type and size. You can also add Labels to make it easier for you to identify where everything goes when you’re cleaning up after a party.
3. Decorate the Seating Area
Another thing you need to decorate is the little seating area where you’ll serve your guests.
You can use Mood Lighting to make it look cozy and welcoming. You can also hang up a few
Wall art paintings that go with your bar theme on the adjacent walls. If you want your home bar to look casual, you can also place a few beer bottles and glasses on the counter top.
… Final Thoughts
Now that you’ve learned how to make your Home Bar look just right for a party, all you need
to do is set some time aside and get to work. If you like to think of yourself as a wine connoisseur, this is your chance to prove yourself and make the bar of your dreams a reality.