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A built-in drinks cabinet can work very well for small areas or niches. You can have a mirror in the back (as shown here) to create an illusion of more space. Happy hours are just a door away!11 Most Popular Home Bar Designs on Houzz India
47. Built in a former closet, this living room wet bar in San Francisco by Sutro Architects has a mirrored backsplash, glass shelves and a marble countertop.
Private barHow about a closet or room where you can serve up drinks like the pros? Ideally a bar would have a small sink and refrigerator or ice maker. Close off the space with doors that make it disappear when not in use.
6. This ‘barmoire’ (a standalone wardrobe or closet used for storing bar accessories and bottles), complete with a mini fridge and bottles, can be opened and used or closed and concealed, as required. When opened, its all-white shelves merge with the bleached walls and door, thereby making the unit a visually sleek space. The mirrored back, glass shelves and bottle drawers make this custom-designed piece a winner among Houzzers.Learn all about multi-tasking doors with hidden storage