Browsing bar cabinet designs? Evaluate your needs first. The bar unit design that's perfect for you must have enough room to hold your wine glasses, bottles, bartending accessories, and everything else you want to store.
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Enjoy a quiet drink at the end of the day? Or mixing cocktails for your guests? A bar unit at home is certainly on the cards. You could show off your collection of vintage bottles and cut-glass tumblers in a glass-fronted bar cabinet or choose a more discreet closed cabinet in solid wood. Think about your space and requirements before you explore bar cabinet designs available in the market or online so that selection becomes a lot simpler.
Bar unit designs and types
Here are some bar cabinet ideas to help you understand the different types available.
1. Tall bar cabinets come with shelves and drawers for your bartending accessories, and can be used for storing other things as well.
2. Some bar cabinets designs come with an in-built counter, so you won’t have to place it against a wall. You can play bartender for the night quite easily.
3. Choose a counter type bar unit design if you prefer to stand or walk around to socialise.
4. Trolleys are a great bar cabinet design too, as they can be loaded up and wheeled right over to where your guests are. Or to where you plan to plant yourself for the evening if you don’t feel like getting up for refills.
5. For wine aficionados, wall-mounted wine racks are a good choice. Many of these come with enough room to hang up long and short-stemmed glasses and holders for bottles.
6. A corner bar cabinet is a great way to utilise wasted space in your hall or dining area.
7. The mini bar cabinet is a smaller version of the counter type wooden bar cabinet. It is mostly used to store bottles.
Bar cabinet design ideas
Have a compact space? Let your sideboard double as your bar cabinet. You can use the shelves or cabinets inside for the bottles and glasses, and the top as a serving counter. What’s more, it will act as a room divider too. So, it can be just perfect to separate your kitchen and your dining room or your dining room and living room.
Also consider whether you’d prefer to move the bar outdoors, to your balcony or patio. In that case, you should invest in a weather-proof home bar cabinet. Place it in the garden for a Sunday barbecue brunch or on the patio for a pleasant Saturday evening with friends. You can even wheel your trolley bar unit outside and use it to keep snacks and other accessories you might need for the evening.