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Holiday, CHEERS 🥂
Get in the spirit of hosting
The season of entertaining is almost upon us, so why not get ahead of the busy season and spruce up your home bar? Changing your hardware is the best way to give your interiors a quick but elevated refresh. We have rounded up some of our new favorite home bars to get you in the spirit of hosting.
Whether you dedicate a whole room or just part of your kitchen counter, the home bar is always a popular space.
Inspired Gilded Age life of industrialist Henry Flagler—a key figure in developing South Florida’s luxury travel market—Errez Design Studio created a luxurious and intimate space for guests to to sit back and relax.
Interior by Errez Design Studio for the Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach 2023. Photography by Dan Cutrona. Errez used our Edgewood Elliptical Knob
Transform any built-in into a cheerful corner. Designer Elaina Fagan found the perfect corner of this living room to create a bright green bar ready to raise the bar on entertainment.
Create your own speakeasy—Tuck your little home bar behind a closet door or small cabinet. For a jewelry box effect, line the back with beautiful wallpaper or mirrored tiles to add color to the cabinets.
Interior by Charlotte Lucas. Charlotte used our Bamboo Pull.
Living Room Bar
Why only settle for a bar cart when you can use the entire room? Building a home bar in your living room is one way to make the area more inviting and worth staying in. Plus, you won't need to disappear every time your guests need a refill.
Turning an odd niche or unused closet into a small home bar. This stunning home bar by Alison Gremillion also works as a wine cellar and is perfectly framed by the stone arch.
Interior by Alison Gremillion Interiors. Photography by Masha lyon. Alison used our Benson Knob
Who said a kitchen bar needs to be boring? Designer Charlotte Lucas adds whimsey to this kitchen corner with pastel colors and fun wallpaper.
Interior by Charlotte Lucas for the Southern Living Idea House 2022. Photography by Laurey W. Glenn. Charlotte used our Cape Edge Pull