Barstools, home bar decor, wine cellars and other bar supplies for your home bar

Barstools, home bar decor, wine cellars and other bar suppliesare some of the items you might want to have for your home bar. Other things you might want to consider are bar chairs and tables, barware, bar sinks, coasters, corkscrews, crystal wine decanters, ice buckets, ice makers, crystal stemware, wine cellars, wine cooling systems, wine preservation products, wine racks, wine tasting tables and probably some other items, too.

Do you have an idea of what you'd like your home bar to look like? Like what a friend has or maybe something you've seen in a magazine? If you're still not quite sure make a visit to the local tavern and that may help. Some of you might like to include a jukebox in your home bar. I made a page featuring some floor model jukeboxes and some that can be placed on a counter or shelf.

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What to consider when building a home bar


What type of barstools or bar chairs would you like to have? How many do you think you'll need?
What type of materials will you use? What colors?
Do you have a particular theme in mind? What type of shape would you like the bar to be?
Do you realistically have enough room for a home bar? The average home bar is 42" high and 24" deep. Most barstools are 30" tall so you shouldn't go much lower than 42" in height.

Next, what's going behind the bar. Maybe a bar sink? Sinks usually are under the front bar but in the back bar is fine, too. Shapes and sizes vary from a simple shallow one bowl hand sink to a standard bar sink with legs and up to three bowls and drain board. Remember....there will be glassware that needs washing so adding a sink will be handy. Where the existing plumbing is can help determine where you might want to locate your bar.

Here's some of the basics you'll want to stock for your home bar: bar spoon, blender, bottle opener, bottle shelves, bottle stoppers, coasters, cocktail book, cocktail shaker, cork screw, short glasses, tall glasses, ice cube trays, jiggers, juicer, lime slicers, muddler, glass racks, shot glasses, ice bucket, liquor dispensers, stemware, strainer, straws, tongs, toothpicks, under-counter refrigerator and vegetable peeler.

You'll want to stock your bar with some beer, bourbon, cognac, gin, rum, tequila, vodka, red and white wine. You'll also want to keep some non-alcholic beverages on hand as well such as club soda, juices, soda and tonic water. Also, cherries, lemons, limes, olives, salt and sugar are good items to have.

Refrigeration? Figure out where it will go and make sure to have an electrical outlet near by. You might need more for additional lighting, a blender, popcorn maker or tv you might be adding for all those sporting events. Glassware is another consideration. Will there be an overhead stemware rack, back bar shelving or maybe putting them in drawers or a separate cabinet?