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poojakhanna
Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to Designed to Impress: Must-Have Elements in Home Bars21 November 2021

5. Choose the materialsThe design of the home bar should blend with the overall aesthetics of the living room.Give a plush look to the bar counter with the use of premium materials such as Italian marble, engineered quartz, backlit onyx or solid surface. If there is a budget constraint then go for Indian granite or a wooden countertop. Use natural stone or patterned tiles on the backsplash to create a beautiful contrast. For a sleek minimalist look, go for metal finishes. Infuse a vintage charm with the use of wood veneers or use laminates that simulate the look of natural wood. In this example, a sleek countertop projects from the wall and combines with light wood tones to infuse visual lightness into the space.If you are creating an outdoor bar within your balcony then go for materials that are resistant to the external weather elements.

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Vinita Kunnath added this to Mumbai Houzz: How to Be Stylishly Minimal in Maximum City1 October 2020

At the far end of the living room is the indoor bar. An old library cabinet retaining all its scratches and scuff marks has been repurposed as the bottle storage. The bar itself was built in situ and is made of mild steel (MS), micro-concrete and Burma teak.Browse through more bar designs