We all love to kick back and unwind after a hard day’s work, but by now you’ve discovered that storing your spirits and liquor can be somewhat tricky — especially if you’re short on space. Here are some stylish alternatives to store your favorite adult beverages.
Grand Yet Compact
Anyone will appreciate how this small nook was transformed into an eye-catching bar area. You, too, can enjoy happy hour with this stunning mini winery.
Plug your sensibilities into this kitchen nook bar. It’s neatly ordered and has unique lighting, which highlights the owner’s space-saving ingenuity.
This coffee-colored bar projects out of the wall with orange lights lending a mellow touch. You can line up wine bottles cork-to-front to save space.
Who would have thought that a drawer could make for a home bar? So long as it’s well-organized, any cabinet can be transformed into a liquor port. Flexible dividers can be installed to add more symmetry and to keep the bottles from clanking together.
Old Coats Out, Cocktails In
If you thought a liquor drawer was daring, wait until you see a liquor closet. This liquor closet embodies the use-what-you’ve-got mentality. The secret of this cocktail bar lies in the appreciation for small things and a knack for creativity.
Vibey Stairway Nook
Maximize corner use by incorporating a fridge for drinks and some shelves for storing pitchers. A marble countertop to mix cocktails on can help you get ready for a party with friends and family any day.
This living room corner bar is for homeowners who don’t have a clearly defined nook or closet to work with. Set up a vintage bar and three-tiered shelving above for some tiny home bar glamour.
The Discreet Unwind
We love the look of this unassuming wall bar. Steel tumblers beside a gloss-framed mirror give an artsy style to a mobile bar beside a cozy chair. Splendid!
A floating shelf such as this one maximizes your vertical space by storing your wine collection, glassware, and mixing paraphernalia in a minimalist, captivating system.
Cabinet-Side Bar Cart
Add more character to your kitchen cabinets with a bar cart. The small bar station is versatile, as you can even turn it into a cute coffee stand.
TV To Bar
Repurposing a vintage TV to a bar may sound ridiculous. But when done correctly, it becomes a fun box full of delicious beverages. You can also add some LED lighting into the arrangement as a special touch.
Shoe Place Bar
This bar station is actually one fully stocked tray atop a shoe cabinet. And that’s how to work in a bar when a tight space is the only outlet available!
This cleverly placed bar is wedged between a bathroom and a closet. The photo above is the owner’s father’s image. He probably raises a glass to pay respects.
Smooth And Snazzy
In a spectacular display of space management, this fully stocked cabinet bar sets the tone for a smooth evening kickback.
High Gin Collection
We drool over how efficiently the homeowner made great use of this small space between the living room and the kitchen to install homemade wooden racks for his gin collection.
Strike a lasting impression with this vintage, wall-mounted bar above a coffee-dark, metallic table.