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Designing your own home bar

With the national lockdowns and restrictions in 2020 affecting our ability to frequent restaurants, pubs and bars, it is no surprise to learn that there has been a rise in the sale of alcohol with more and more people entertaining at home this year!

1. Professional integrated wine storage

Integrated wine storage from Sub-Zero is positioned out of the cooking zone and near to the dining table in this Tillingham kitchen.

The refrigeration provides professional storage for red and white wines to protect them from the light, heat, humidity, and vibration. Three independent storage and temperature zones allow you to simultaneously maintain perfect cellar and serving conditions in the same unit. Additionally, the two drawers underneath also provide refrigeration for ales and soft drinks.

2. Pantry by day, home bar by night

Our signature style Tillingham pantry has been designed as part traditional pantry and part drinks cabinet in this open plan kitchen diner.  The bi-folding doors can be peeled back when entertaining to reveal an opulent home bar, finished with walnut and mirrored glass interior.

An undercounter wine cooler has also been incorporated into the island in easy reach of both the breakfast bar and dining table.

3. Serious about spirits

Our Insta-famous Canterbury style drinks cabinet is the perfect solution for those serious about their spirits. Positioned in the centre of this spacious kitchen project, the handcrafted cabinet is in equal distance from the island seating and formal dining table.

4. Cocktail hour

The alcove in this old vicarage kitchen diner has been used to create a glamorous bar area reminiscent of a luxury hotel. 

Antique effect mirrored glass and a brass mesh-style cabinet elevate the area from the rest of the kitchen, creating an impressive focal point when entertaining.  

5. Show stopping storage

This Spiral Cellar was the most impressive means of providing professional wine storage within the home of a wine connoisseur. 

The show stopping construction uses natural ventilation and positioning to create the right conditions for optimum cellaring in place of a traditional style cellar or basement.

For more home bar inspiration or to book a design consultation with one of our expert designers, please get in touch.

 

 

 

 

 

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