It's not difficult to put together your own bar at home.
We entertain often and definitely needed an area away from the kitchen where people could pour themselves a glass of wine or throw together a cocktail. I wanted something open feeling but also approachable and modern.
Throwing and pops of color that pulled from the artwork was what made the space come together. A little bit of disorder amongst the bottles on the tray met clean lines and orderliness on the shelves.
We added a vintage red juicer and a succulent plant that had been started in the greenhouse.
The shelves are simple inexpensive pine boards we picked up at the local lumber shop. We stained them a walnut color and grabbed some hand forged iron brackets on Etsy. About $40 total for these two shelves.
By Allison Barnard ACC, CPC
Allison Barnard is a Certified Wellness Coach ( ICF), Interior Design Consultant, and owner of Larkspur Wellness. She offers women's retreats, virtual interior design sessions, contract and contract-free coaching sessions, and online courses. She regularly contributes to Larkspur's blog and resides in Bend, OR.