If you’ve tasted the good life, this will tell you how to make it better!
For those who have a keen interest and a fine eye for vintage wines, whiskey, scotch, vodka and are in the process of stocking the goodies, this is the place to be.
A collection of the finest bars and bar furniture from across the globe is what is shown to you in an endeavor to help you construct a well-stocked and a functional bar. Follow these tricks, spice it up with your unique touch and build yourself a great bar.
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Keeping your theme in mind, there are options you can consider for arranging and choosing unique seating. Here are a few cool images:
According to the space that is available in your area, make an effort to custom design your bar. If you pick up a lounge bar straight from the catalogue and hope to reproduce it at home, it may not work.
Image by Ricky.
Considering the establishment your bar is in, equipments can be altered or added. For example, if you run a sports bar, you need not place a wine cooler there. Similarly, if it is a high-volume serving bar, then you may need to have more than one or two beer dispensers.
From Nick Smith.
Picture by Furqan.
Pritzker Prize winning architect Zaha Hadid, designed this ‘car-bar’ which has set eyes rolling and countless tongues wagging.
A bar should essentially have good mixing and refrigerating equipments. In a bid to stock the best gear, make sure you don’t lose out on storage space for liquor and the glasses.
Your bar should be constructed in a way that minimizes movements of the bartender and keeps all the products within his reach. If he has to run to one end to pick up glasses and pour liquor in the other, he loses time and that creates confusion.
A video of iBar, the largest multi-touch touch screen bar. A 10 meter long interactive panel that recognizes glasses, magazines, coasters and even your fingers!
This bar at George Lycabettus Hotel, Athens provides inspiration with its flowing Bands that cross over floors and reach the tables and chairs situated in different corners of this bar, give it a feeling of continuity.