There’s nothing better than at the end of a highly productive day, to sip a well-crafted cocktail in a well-designed home bar, ain’t? Bar furniture did a strictly round up through 10 of the most envy, beautiful and intoxicating home bar designs to have this Summer, and these bars inspirations ranging from London to New York to San Francisco. View them and pin it, while enjoying your favorite libation. Cheers!
One of the famous interior designers, Steven Gambrel used a bright, citrus-colored metal bar by contemporary designer Paul Benson in a project for clients located in the Flatiron neighborhood of Manhattan.
Pixel is an effort to honor the union between design and craftsmanship. The 1088 triangles that complete this piece carry the dedication and art of those who built it – with a diversity of finishes never seen before. The polished brass base gives Pixel a unique personality, a strong and at the same time sophisticated character. Boca do Lobo exceeded home furniture ideas with this luxury cabinet!
For a New York City townhouse that borrows idioms of Japanese architecture, designer Edward Siegel of Cooper, Robertson & Partners created a custom home bar area that references the country’s woodworking tradition.
Francois-Xavier Lalanne created a limited edition of his patinated bronze Hippopotame III bars in the 1990s. The rarity of these bars makes them highly coveted by collectors.
The delicate scale and proportion of Kyle DeWoody‘s brass bar keep the focus on her incredible art collection.
Monocles by Essential Home is a drinks cabinet produced in classic materials such as solid walnut wood, with additional brass features and front paneling. It is split into two sections: one with a set of shelves and drawers, accented by brass knurling knobs, and the other a stylish storage space for cocktails. The tapered legs give this cabinet a fresh and sleek look, comprising style and functionality.
The late designer David Collins created the famous Blue Bar at London’s the Berkeley hotel in 2000. His bold, deft use of the shade remains fresh a decade-and-a-half later.
This glamorous bar by Kelly Wearstler — photographed for her 2012 tome, Rhapsody — reflects an updated approach to the Hollywood Regency style.
Catherine Kwong was inspired by Mick and Bianca Jagger when she designed this living room for the 2013 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. A Lucite bar cart adds to the louche, 1970s atmosphere of the space.
Fashion designer Thom Browne has a penchant for crisp tailoring and muted tones. The bar cart in his lower Manhattan home reflects the same kind of orderly angularity.
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