Have you ever wondered what it would be like to not have to have the ability to step out of your bedroom and walk right into your own bar? Contrary to popular belief a home bar is not as expensive as one would think. However before you embark on this project the main questions you want to answer are location, size, and accommodations. Which room do you want your bar to be located; will it be a bar in your living room or possibly in the dining room? How much space do you want to dedicate to your bar, a small countertop, a secluded small corner, or possibly the entire room? Next what requirements do you want your bar to have, plumbing, running water, ice, and a small fridge? Altogether a home bar project isn’t as terrifying or costly as one may think just determine your answers to questions and you’re already started!
- There are a lot of options for making a wet bar in your home.
- You should first consider if you have the space and think about the rooms you entertain in.
- If you install an ice maker or sink you might want to build it where there’s already plumbing.
“If you want to install an ice maker or sink in your wet bar, you want to build it where there’s existing plumbing — perhaps on the backside of your kitchen or near a powder room.”