8 Pieces to Use As a Home Bar

8 Pieces to Use As a Home Bar

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Sarah Coffey
Nov 9, 2009

We've been watching a lot of Mad Men lately, and although (thankfully) the Don Draper regimen of five cocktails a day is no longer considered par for the course (if it ever was), we do think it's nice to have an at-home bar ready for those times when you want to mix cocktails for a dinner party or a nightcap.

Plus, those fifties-era home bars just look cool. If you're thinking of setting up your own home bar, here are a few ideas for where to stash it.

FIRST ROW
1 Credenza bar from Martha Stewart
2 Console table bar from Alex's Granny Chic
3 Tea cart bar from Anne's Rock n' Roll Loft
4 Secretary bar from Sarah and Steve's Attic Aerie
5 Suitcase liquor cabinet from VanityCase

SECOND ROW
6 Bookcase bar from Theresa's Jumpstart Project
7 Wall-mounted bar from Pottery Barn
8 Folding bar table from Ballard Designs

Photos: Martha Stewart Living, Rachael Grad, Janel Laban, Sarah Coffey, VanityCase, Theresa, Pottery Barn, Ballard Designs

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