Published at Friday, December 14th, 2018 - 02:57:32 AM. Bar Furniture. By Ninon Sartre.
Now, the different options are endless. But, personally, I would like to talk about solid wood bars. Generally speaking, solid wood bars are more appealing to a traditional "good 'ole days" pub feel. Also, I like wood home bars because of the smooth, clean finish of the grain. If you prefer the traditional look I have described youɽ probably be interested in a solid oak or hardwood home bar with a cherry or natural finish. Of course, if you prefer a little more tropical feel, you may be interested in a rattan bar. Rattan and wicker bars are great for the tropical island style, or "tiki bar". You may think about positioning this home bar outside underneath a gazebo or an enclosed sun room or deck. Imagine the fun you'll have when you can take an island vacation to your own house whenever you want. Most units will include a barstool with the option of ordering more, when needed. Look for bars that have all the nice details that you need. It should include a sink with or without running water. This is just the difference between a dry bar and a wet bar. It should also include storage compartments for liquors, mixers, and the bar tools like shakers and corkscrews. Look for one with a good work area and counter top behind it as well. You can even find some home bars that come with a built-in mini refrigerator to keep those drinks cool! If you need extra storage for a wine collection, glasses, liquors you can even get home bar sets that come with an extra wall unit. Entertain the way you've always imagined with a new home bar furniture set.
Traditional bar furniture is still dominated by the old ɼolonial' designs of chair, for example the 'Mates' and ⟊ptains' chairs with the Windsor and Wheelback chairs still being very popular. The Windsor chair has a history dating back to the 18th Century. Not surprisingly the first Windsor chairs were reputed to have been made in Windsor and developed from simply adding a few back spindles and a top rail to a regular joined wooden stool and gradually developed to the Windsor chair with sweeping curved back and decorative central supporting splat that is recognised as the classic design. The most favoured traditional bar stool design is certainly the 'Tudor' stool, a replication of the simple joined wooden stool and church pews dating back to the Medieval period. In the last three decades these pub chairs and bar stools have been most popular finished in dark oak colour although recently lighter shades in walnut finish or light oak have been more often chosen to brighten up the bar area. These bar chairs and bar stools are often required upholstered and the supplier can offer a huge choice of fabric to suit the proprietors' interior design.
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