Mini Bar Furniture For Stylish Entertainment Areas

Entertaining guests is something we all do and enjoy, whether it’s from time to time or on a regular basis. Those that put great value on this design their homes in such a way that entertaining guests becomes easy and natural, with a bar area and everything else. But, in most cases, some mini bar furniture is just what the home needs.

Bar cabinets.

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The Marin Bar Cabinet has a beautiful mid-century modern design and a classic, elegant look. It’s crafted of solid weathered elm and offers generous storage for bottles and barware. Inside, it has one fixed and one adjustable shelf as well as three shelves for wine bottles and a storage drawer.Available from $700.

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The Steamer bar cabinet features an elegant design inspired by the vintage steamer trunk which has been updated to suit modern homes. The cabinet is crafted of American ash solids and veneers and with a rich ebony finish and silver finished hardware. It has storage for bottles on the inside of the doors and addition storage and stem racks inside.Available for $1400.

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featuring a compact and simple design, the Parker Spirits cabinet has two leaves that flip open expanding the top surface. This makes the cabinet ideal for small spaces. The front doors can create an open serving area and the side shelves offer storage for bottles and stemware.Available for $400.

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Designed by Nathan Yong, the Line Wine Bar makes a statement with its stylish design inspired by the 1960’s furniture. It has two drawers with leather pulls, an open cubby and two storage racks for stemware. There’s also storage for bottles and the racks are removable.Available on site.

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This modular bar tower is a stylish alternative to built-in cabinetry, featuring a design that’s both elegant and space-efficient. It’s crafted of mahogany and hardwood with a hutch that can hold 9 wine glasses and a wine rack which can hold 24 bottles.Available for $619.

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The Harvey Wallbanger is a small wall-mounted bar ideal for small rooms but also for outdoor entertainment areas. It has a hinged panel doors which doubles as a prep area and interior magnets which hold it closed. Inside, there’s storage for bottles and a built-in shelf for glassware and bar equipment.Available for $429.

Bar carts.

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The vintage-industrial design of the Harris zinc-top bar cart offers it a very distinctive look. It’s crafted of repurposed materials and has a rich character which captures the rustic appeal of the original designs that inspired it. The frame is made of hardwood with a zinc top.Available for $1700.

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The SAIC tonic bar cart is designed to fit in the corner of the room. The cart is triangular in shape and was crafted out of clear acrylic. This not only makes it extremely versatile but also gives it a minimalistic look which makes it perfect for contemporary interiors.Available for $509.

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Entertaining guests is easy and fun when you have a chic bar cart to help you. This one has a metallic structure which gives it a subtle industrial look. The gold finish, however, makes the piece stand out and look elegant.{found on sohautestyle}.

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Simple, wooden bar carts are probably the most popular. Even a small one such as this one can be extremely practical. There’s plenty of storage both at the top and the bottom for things like bottles, glassware and tools and accessories and the white finish allows the cart to look stylish in pretty much any décor.

Trays.

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When there’s no room for a bar cabinet or even for a small bar cart, you can just opt for a tray instead. Use it to gather your collection of fine bottles and display them on a side table or console table, wherever you find fit.

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You can find room for it in the kitchen. Perhaps you can let it sit on a shelf, on the counter or on top of the microwave oven. A tray is a simple way to keep everything organized and ready to be used whenever guests are coming over.{found on corynnepless}.

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You can keep the tray in the living, casually resting on the table or media unit. Or maybe you can design the living room furniture in such a way that it includes storage for stemware and the tray is just a way to keep all the bottles in one place, ready to be moved around.

DIY bars.

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When none of the options presented above suits your home or your preferences, there’s one more option you can try: a DIY project. For example try turning an Expedit desk from Ikea into a chic bar for your living room. Use the desk extension and add-on and add an undercabinet stemware rack and wine bottle racks.{found on ikeahackers}.

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Or perhaps you’d like to turn your old bookcase into a bar. You just have to embellish it a little bit. Sand down the piece, prime it, paint it and decorate the interior with wrapping paper, wallpaper or whatever else you want to use. Add the storage racks for bottles and stemware.{found on apartmenttherapy}.