Let’s Shake Things Up: At Home Bars

What’s better than taking just a few steps from your kitchen to access your private at-home bar? Did you know that at-home bars became popular in the late 1950s when families started moving into the suburbs? As local restaurants and bars were not as prevalent as in the city, many opted to bring the entertainment to their own living rooms.

Well, now, having a bar at home is a mini-luxury that can transform a space into entertainment mode with ease. At our home, we stir up conversation with mock-tails. We designed a custom bar to take advantage of an otherwise awkward space underneath the nook of our staircase that seamlessly flows into our kitchen. With close proximity to our built-in under counter wine cooler, we can shake things up in a matter of minutes.

Take a look at some of our favorite B+G Design bars.

The top of this particular bar features the same matte black, sintered stone as our kitchen island.
A peek between pocket doors reveals a custom bar design and lounge.
Designed for a couple, the home’s interiors are sophisticated and set to entertain.
Built-in wine coolers are adjacent to the sleek bar designed in rift cut oak.
A convertible built in bar can serve coffee and reset for cocktails at night.
A modern bar designed for a couple in Aspen.
Designed for a pro Baseball player, this bar is lined with custom blue leather barstools.

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