This Trending Now story features the most popular home bar photos uploaded to Houzz since Jan. 1, 2020.
A beverage station helps centralize the task of making a cocktail or other drink away from a busy cook in the kitchen. And that opens up an opportunity to create a stylish as well as functional destination in a home. For inspiration, one need only look at this countdown of the most popular home bar photos uploaded to Houzz in 2020. Elegant finishes like marble, brass and beautiful wood shake up useful features like wine refrigerators, bar sinks and ceiling-hung shelves.
10. Around the Corner
Conveniently located around the corner from the kitchen, this Seattle
home bar has its own sink, wine fridge, cabinetry and open shelves that hang from the ceiling. Interior designer Allison Lind used an appealing combination of walnut, marble and brass to give the home bar warm contemporary style.Find an interior designer on Houzz
9. Wine and ConversationDiFabion Remodeling
outfitted this Charlotte, North Carolina, home bar’s cabinetry with wine roll-outs, undercabinet lighting and glass doors. Located off the kitchen, four swivel chairs and a round cocktail table provide a relaxing area for sipping and conversation.
8. Dark and Delicate
This bar in a home outside of New York City has the sleek glamour of a Manhattan lounge. The team at Christine Donner Kitchen Design
balanced dark walls, counters and cabinetry with the glimmer of delicate brass and glass shelves that extend from the countertop to the ceiling.Shop for your home bar
7. Smart Racks and Reflection
The kitchen’s two-tone cabinetry continues into this Chicago home bar, creating a cohesive look between spaces. The pros at Honsen + Flemming Interiors
made the most of the compact space with smart racks for wine glasses and bottles, while a mirrored backsplash adds depth and shine.
5. A Bold Geometric Backsplash
Backsplash tiles with a strong geometric print provide a showstopping backdrop for this Charleston, South Carolina, bar. The designers at Translations Design Studio kept the view of the backsplash open by installing metal shelving that hangs from the ceiling.
4. Tall, Dark and Handsome
This Chicago home bar by Plain and Posh
occupies an area that serves the kitchen and the family room. Dark gray cabinetry and a wood wall behind it create a handsome look from floor to ceiling. Features include a beverage fridge, wine racks and glass cabinet doors that show off the homeowner’s favorite barware, including copper mugs for Moscow mules.
3. Using All the AnglesThe pros at MainStreet Design Build angled this Detroit home bar next to a full-size wine fridge. A quartzite backsplash with prominent veining and glass-and-brass shelves that hang from above add dramatic flair. 2. Compact and Hardworking
This compact Chicago bar packs a lot of function into a small area. The team at M House Development
outfitted it with wine racks, a beverage fridge, a counter for mixing libations and open shelves with integrated wineglass racks.