Home bar with Green vanity

Welcome to our stunning home bars design photo gallery.  This is where we feature many different custom bars for your home. Some are small while others are entire rooms.

Browse all bar designs below or filter your search with the options to the right.  We add new bar designs all the time so be sure to come back for more inspiration.

Type of Living Rooms: Family Rooms | Formal Living Rooms | Great Rooms | Libraries | Sunrooms | Bars | Man Caves | Game Rooms | Home Theaters





Source: Trulia


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Source: ZillowTM


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Designed by: Drury Designs


Designed by: Drury Designs


Designed by: Drury Designs


Designed by: Drury Designs


Designed by: Drury Designs


Designed by: Drury Designs


Designed by: Drury Designs


Designed by: Drury Designs


Designed by: Drury Designs








The wet bar, or otherwise called simply a home bar, is a common fixture in finished basements for entertainment purposes.

The difference between a wet bar and the type of bar you see in many kitchens is that a wet bar is exclusively used for serving alcoholic beverages, and may not even include a refrigerator.

Of course, many people do include a small mini fridge or cooler in their wet bar design, for obvious purposes. It would be ridiculous to not have the ability to chill pre-made mixtures or drinks before serving.

As mentioned above, wet bars are typically found in finished basement designs, as part of the “man cave” or family room, and are usually open to the seating area or games room beyond.

A large bar may include the eat-in counter with accompanying barstools, as seen above, but a smaller bar nearer to a seating area may forgo this obstruction in favor of a sleeker look.

These smaller home bars can be found in formal living rooms, between the dining room and kitchen, or anywhere you see fit. The popularity and ease of installing a wet bar have made them a popular DIY project for many home owners.

Some of the designs we’ve curated for this collection are incredibly unique, featuring lighting arrangements, luxury ceiling installations, or other unusual features.

Keep an eye out for the different styles represented within this gallery from rustic to contemporary to incredibly ultra-modern.

We hope that this gallery will inspire you to take on a new DIY project to add your very own wet bar to your finished basement, kitchen, or living room!