Now, a home bar isn’t just for entertaining. It’s also something classy that you can enjoy on your own, say for a nightcap after a long day’s work… And when you have a home bar, you want it to be as cool and suave as possible. The home dive bar is not something you want, after all!
This is why we thought it would be fun to take a look at some amazing home bars designs. In the 20 examples that follow, we think that you’ll see the extent of what’s possible when you really decide to build a home bar that’s everything that it can be. In fact, we think these 20 examples will provide all of the inspiration you need build a home bar that impresses and amazes. Let’s take a look…
The Pub Style
Those with a yen for old-timey pubs will find much to love about this beautiful home bar design.
The real standouts here are the symmetrical layout and the beautiful stone backsplash. Simple, but elegant!
Here’s a beautiful U-shaped bar that’s absolutely perfect for entertaining a large number of guests.
Wood and Stone
The combination of the raw wood and stone that makes up this bar is absolutely a thing of beauty.
In a larger home, a transitory space can be the ideal place to locate your home bar.
Note how the look of this bar is something that allows it to stand out against the other spaces in the open concept.
The deep blues and wood tones that make up this contemporary home bar are absolutely exquisite.
Check out the neat detail that makes this home bar: the ring of used license plates underneath the countertop.
The frosted glass-front cabinets in this home bar totally define the look and lend an air of luxuriousness.
Those who like the looks of all-white kitchens will definitely appreciate the style of this elegant home bar.
If you’re going to have seating at your home bar, be sure to strongly consider lighting – it’s important for setting the mood.
When you really want to take your patio to the next level, and outdoor home bar can be just the thing.
Plenty of Space
There are man caves and then there are home bars like this, which are ideal situations for game day.
The really cool feature of this gorgeous home bar is the walk-in wine cabinet you see at center.
You’ve got to love the wooden front of this contemporary bar, which features a higher stool-level counter.
Peep the Screen
Why settle for just one television in your home bar when you can have several! Makes it easier to keep track of multiple games…
The low countertop of this home bar allows for more comfortable seating; something to keep in mind!
To the Max
There are large home bars, and then there’s this. The look is unique, but the size is staggering!
The crystal light fixture that hangs over this home bar is something that totally defines the space.
Whatever You Want
If you want to have a home bar, then thing of things this way: What’s the kind of bar you’ve always wished you could go to? Do that!
There’s a lot to love about the eye-popping design of this home bar, most especially that silver bar top!
It’s Own Room
While home bars typically are built into other living spaces, sometimes they create their own living space.
Those who are fans of sleek and minimalist contemporary designs will love this gorgeous home bar.
Even as small and tucked away as this home bar is, there’s still plenty of room for a wine cooler!
Those who are fans of the farmhouse style of design will find plenty to love about this charming home bar.
Here you have a luxuriously appointed home bar that adopts the Tuscan style of design.
To make your home bar really stand out within a space, always consider including an eye-catching backsplash.
A New Basement
If you want to convert your basement into a useful living space, then you should definitely consider including a home bar as part of the design.
You know you want to have drinks out on your patio, so why not place your home bar somewhere nearby?
If you’re going to have cabinets for glassware, strongly consider going with glass-front doors to display that glassware.
Here you have a built-in home bar that’s replaced a small closet between two sets of doors. Nice!
It’s Own Tiny Room
The same concept is applied here, but with a little more space available, the home bar is almost it’s own tiny room.
If the picture were just a tad more zoomed in, you might assume that this is a regular bar and not a home one.
The way that different woods have been used to create this home bar is simply wonderful.
Taking in the View
If you’ve got a nice view like this out of some window, then why not place your home bar where that view can be enjoyed?
The Boy’s Club
It goes without saying that the home bar is the perfect inclusion for most any man cave design.
In the Hallway
If there’s a hallway between your kitchen and your dining room, then you have the perfect place to install a home bar.
When it comes to home bars in spaces with high ceilings, you must think about how your cabinets are going to fill vertical space.
Alternatively, you can always include an eye-catching piece of artwork to accomplish the same effect.
So Many Choices
When it comes to designing a home bar, you have plenty of choices – just as many as you would with a kitchen. So really consider you options!