Maybe kitchen bar ideas are a far-fetched makeover strategy for you but trust this; in design, you never know until you really see.
To begin with, any size/type/design of kitchen can have a bar. Those who don’t have enough space can use creativity to their advantage. Plus, a bar in your cooking area is not just a thing of a beauty but also a way to make your kitchen fun and sociable.
And you can do it in a many ways depending on your space, purpose, preferences and so on. So how far are you willing to go with the idea of a bar in your kitchen?
1. Free-standing/island/isolated/ bar
Free-standing bars are an excellent and safe way to host guests as you cook. It also engages the empty space in your kitchen if you have every other thing built on the wall. Choose between the endless variations; go either old and rustic or modern and glossy.
2. Connecting-to-outdoor bar
Everybody loves nature. A cooking-zone bar that connects to the outdoors is an excellent way to attract guests to your kitchen. Use floor-to-ceiling glass windows and/or doors for a better view.
3. Breakfast/Tea bar
Change the breakfast experience in your home with a modern tea or breakfast bar. These bars are often a strategic extension of one counter accompanying by stools or seats. One can get as creative as they wish with the tops— from wood to quartz to tiles and so on.
4. Tiny kitchen bar
Space shouldn’t be a problem, any unused countertop are can be designed into a bar as long as it doesn’t interfere with you kitchen functionality or put your guests at risk.
5. Wood-themed bar
You can never go wrong with wood as your central theme. Use industrial, rustic or modern-style stools to accompany you wooden countertop for a warm look.
6. Colorful and lively bars
Explore with colors, bright colors like yellow can make a dull bar look sprightlier and welcoming. Experiment with monochrome or colorful backgrounds.
7. Modern industrial-themed bar
Stainless steel is an excellent way to create a modern industrial bar for your kitchen. Using metallic or wooden stools and countertops is one way to go about it.
A bar can bring a new twist to your kitchen’s design. Take time to mull over these kitchen bar ideas before you settle for one.