Bar cabinets are a fun way to add a little fun to your space. There are so many great solutions available that have a statement piece quality and offer a cool way to store and display your bar-ware.
If you live in a rental or don't want to pay for a costly built in, and you love to entertain, look no further. The options for designing with a bar cabinet are endless. Some even have a sculptural quality and can look like a curated conversation piece. When they are not in use, the can disguise the contents and add to the aesthetics of the space. This makes them the perfect solution for storage and entertaining. Here are a few examples to inspire you.
West Elm and William Sonoma have some great options for small bar cabinets. I love the mid-century look these designs offer. There is something that speaks to the vintage look and appeal of these cabinets.
Looking for something a little more unique and funky? Check out these cool pieces by John Richard through Horchow and Crate and Barrel
Looking for a more traditional feel? Ballard Designs has some great selections! Here are just a few ideas.
No bar is complete without bar-ware. I am a sucker for crystal. My absolute favorite crystal bar-ware is the Dorset collection from William Sonoma
Bar-ware sets are always a nice little addition. This 10 piece set from Mixology and Craft has a beautiful mix of metals and wood. Kits that include a decorative storage solution are great for displaying and keeping pieces together.
Are you still searching for the perfect setup? I welcome the opportunity to work with you to create your custom entertainment design.
Ellie McIntosh, grew up as a creative thinker. Inspired by her father, a furniture designer an inventor and musician, she took the path to creativity. Her artistic journey has taken her as far as France, Switzerland, Monaco, Italy, Spain, Germany, Morocco, and many places throughout the United States and Mexico, where she utilized various