Are You Buying A Custom Bar For Your Home?

Did you ever even consider that you could have a gorgeous bar at your own home? Perhaps you have seen reruns of the old television series, Cheers, and you have thought that it would be great to have a bar at home, a place where everybody knows your name, just like the Cheers song lyric states. And, with the holidays ahead of you, perhaps you have thought that this might be the perfect time to purchase a custom home bar so that it will be in place for holiday entertaining. From selecting custom in-home bar kits to choosing accent pieces for that area of your home, here are some ideas that might help.

What Style Do You Want? - Part of what might determine the style of custom home bar that you will select might be where you will be placing it. For example, if it will be adjacent to a formal living room or dining room, you will more than likely want something like a dark wood bar furniture set that will complement the furniture in the living room and dining room areas.

If the bar will be in a more rustic setting, say a casual family room or a country-style kitchen, consider selecting a home bar furniture set that features rustic furniture. Besides the bar, think of also buying bar stools. A credenza that will face the bar would be great, too. By purchasing that as part of your home bar furniture set, you'll have the perfect place to store things like glasses, beer mugs, and ingredients you'll use to mix drinks.

What Kind Of Accessories Do You Want? - Of course, the style you selected for the custom in-home bar kit will more than likely determine what decorative accents you will purchase. For example, if you selected a formal home bar furniture set, you'll more than likely want things like a crystal chandelier to add light to the bar area. If you selected a rustic bar kit, consider pewter or brass for your lighting.  For added elegance, think of framing paintings or prints of things like elegant mansions, scenes of old English gardens, and beach moonlight scenes.

For a more casual setting, think of framing things like farmhouses with farm animals as part of the scene and pictures of old-fashioned ranch settings with cattle as part of the scene. The same goes for the tools you'll use at the bar. Go with sterling silver or silver look-alike utensils for an elegant bar furniture set. For a more casual one, go with things like rustic wood chopping blocks and bar tools that will complement them. 


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