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Ellis & Son Construction
517-339-7955
1415 Haslett Rd.
Haslett, MI
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Dinning Builders
(517) 333-8180
680 Moorland Dr
East Lansing, MI
 
T N Construction
(517) 339-6590
2325 Haslett Rd
East Lansing, MI
 
Meridian Plumbing Heating Cooling Remodeling
(517) 339-6300
1999 E M 78
East Lansing, MI
 
Stiles Builders
(517) 641-7260
15450 Center Rd
East Lansing, MI
 
Thomas Wilbur
Carolina Construction LLC
517-449-1732
332 E Sycamore st
Mason, MI
 
Repore Restoration Construction
(517) 819-1395
1451 E Lansing Dr
East Lansing, MI
 
Curtis Builders
(517) 339-0097
16550 Center Rd
East Lansing, MI
 
Harper Design & Building
(517) 349-5602
2212 Quarry Rd
East Lansing, MI
 
Thatcher Construction
(517) 339-4951
16429 Upton Rd
East Lansing, MI
 
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Home Remodeling Tip: Home Bars

Home Bars

home remodeling articles and tips

topic: home bars
by Mary B

 

Home Bars Make Entertaining Easy

Home bars are making a comeback but you won't see many of today's versions in wood-paneled basements next to a foosball table. The modern home lounge is designed to make entertaining easy for hosts and fun for their guests, which means proximity to the kitchen.

Form Follows Function

Party guests love to congregate in kitchens, and it's no wonder: that's where the food comes from. Adding a home bar and food serving area adjacent to your kitchen designates a specific, convenient space for you to place snacks, drinks, and serving ware; and for guests, it becomes a go-to place but not an all-night destination, encouraging revelers to mingle.

A butler's pantry, usually located between the kitchen and the dining room, is an ideal location for a wet bar, as cabinetry for glassware and other service items are already there. A family room off the kitchen is another good location, especially if there's an unused closet or empty wall where a counter and cabinets could easily be added.

Your home bar and food serving area will require plumbing for the sink, counter space, storage for liquor, mixers, and stocking glassware, and electrical outlets. What's a party without a blender? A larger home bar might also include barstools, as well as a small refrigerator and dishwasher.

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