Home Bar Unit Design Tips for the High-Spirited Party Lovers!
This is for all the party enthusiasts who enjoy hosting guests and celebrating life. Now that we don�t have to bear the hassle of going out to a bar let�s bring the bar home? Sounds fun, right? If having a happy hour in your pyjamas fancies you, read along. Pankaj Poddar, the co-founder of Hipcouch, a Mumbai based Interior Design Company shares Tips for designing the Perfect Home Bar Unit:
1. Bringing Back The Glamour
The chic look is always trending. This can be achieved by bringing back the art deco style from the glamorous '90s to the 21st century by choosing rich colours, bold shapes, and decadent detailed work with the usage of sleek materials. This style spells out luxury and makes you feel royal without taking up much of your space.
2. Built-In Bars
What better addition could you ask for in a dining room than a sleek built-in bar space? Choose wooden shelves to keep the glasses, marble backsplash and mirror to ensure that the space doesn't feel cluttered. It can be opened and used or closed and concealed, as required, making the unit visually minimalist and the host in you completely ready for your next party.
3. Consolidate The Two
How clever is it to combine a console with a bar? Even a simple design feature can have a big visual impact. Instead of traditional horizontal shelving, this home bar favours shelves slanted at an angle. This design approach clearly hasn't cut down the storage capacity of the unit. It's a space-saving option for fitting in the home bar you've been dreaming of and goes well with the modern living room which is always ready to party.
4. Flexible and Foldable
The nordic piece of furniture comprises a simple wall mounted wine cabinet with a folding bar table. It's the best possible option for homes in megacities where space is constrained. This type of arrangement will allow free flowing of areas as well as divide the areas whenever required.
5. For The Vintage Connoisseur
This bar keeps all your essentials for entertaining friends and family on display and close at hand. The bar uses a strong geometrical shape which is stretched vertically so that it consumes less floor space. Muted colours are used to blend well in all the possible settings. The body and legs are made in stoved iron with mesh iron back panel. This bar unit would definitely be one of the conversion starters in the party.
6. Divide and Rule
Who would have thought the visual divider could also serve as a bar unit? Places where visual partitions are required between the living and the dining area this fits perfectly, making a statement. The combination of the two materials makes it versatile and gives space to display your collection.