We found on the internet 10 of the chicest bar cabinetsso you can throw your weekend party with your best friends. Whether you fit them inside your finished basement, dining room, or a hosting area that you’re lucky enough to have a part of your open kitchen, these bar cabinet designs will have you planning extra dinner parties by the weekend. And don’t worry, there are a variety of styles below, something for every taste and every home to enjoy. Take a peek!
Mondrian cabinet arises with the aim of satisfying a different function. Intended to be a bar, this seductive piece brings a new form to the Mondrian family and is specially arranged to make it a perfect home for your splendid liquors and fine distilled spirits.
Monocles is a sideboard built entirely out of solid walnut wood, accented by its gold plated brass front doors that feature a protruding circular design. These circles are then engraved to the back and side of the unit, giving it an extreme character and high end look. It is a perfect furniture piece for retro lovers or mid-century admirers, giving the knurling knobs on the drawers or the tapered legs.
Crate & Barrel starts our journey off with this gorgeous “Maxine” bar cabinet. It’s made from walnut wood and has brass hardware that blends beautifully and gives it a bit of femininity. There’s a wine rack, stemware rack, and more all inside.
The “Downing” bar cabinet from West Elm is such a beauty. We love the white and antique brass color combination and the contrast is stunning. It’ll create a conversational focus for any room of the house, especially your formal living room or dining room.
If you don’t have a lot of space to work with, then you’ll want a bar cabinet that’s a bit more compact. And thankfully, Wayfair has this “Alcott Hill Saltsman” design up their sleeve. It’s black, it’ll hold your favorites inside and on top – perfect for apartments or smaller homes.
RH has some pretty beautiful choices as well. The “Maxim” is one of our favorites. Coming in an array of finish options – this one is gray & polished painless steel – it’s the right size to fit into all kinds of homes and spaces. It also holds a 1940’s, French flair that we found rather inspiring.
We found this “Nessa” sideboard over at one of our favorite spots to shop, Joss & Main. It’s a sleeker option and more contemporary design than its traditional counterparts. Another great benefit to this one is that it will hold up to seven Bordeaux bottles.
If you’re into more midcentury modern pieces then you’ll want to stop over at At Home and take a look at this “Aspen” design. It’s got a vintage throwback feels and an affordable price point as well! It’ll fit in well with smaller homes and apartments too if you’re looking for something that won’t take up as much room.Anyone a fan of Eric Church? Well, you don’t have to be to love these designs from Room To Go, but it’s a definite bonus. This beautiful piece flaunts some lines from the ‘Highway to Home’ song but also looks like a French-inspired, feminine cabinet to use in your home.Modern Relik holds another gorgeous design that we’re swooning for. The “Sydney” features details brass doors and a black steel base. It will not only hold your essentials but become another piece of art for your home.