Toronto LoftIndustrial Home Bar, Toronto

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Photo of an industrial home bar in Toronto with dark hardwood flooring. —  Houzz
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Cathy Rebecca added this to Entertaining: How to Host a Party Worthy of The Oscars15 January 2015

Break out the bar trolleyYou can pick trolleys up in second-hand shops, or just convert a coffee table into a bar for the evening. Have a variety of glasses at the ready for the different drinks you decide to serve – and remember to chill anything well in advance. An ice bucket is always a useful purchase, too, so people don’t constantly have to go to the fridge. Check out ways to fit a home bar into any scheme

Victoria Harrison added this to Christmas: Your Ultimate Christmas Eve Checklist18 December 2014

Get the wine readyYou’ve stocked up on wine and fizz for the big meal tomorrow, so make sure you’ve got them all chilled (or warmed), ready for when guests arrive. Store your wines in a cool place and stick whites, prosecco, and champagne in the fridge (or an ice bucket if you’re short on fridge space) a couple of hours before your guests are due.

Lara Sargent added this to Decorating: How to Fit a Home Bar into Any Scheme6 November 2014

Invest in a trolleyYou can’t beat a drinks trolley on wheels for one of the most stylish ways to serve your brandy and bourbon. An industrial-style design in a vintage nickel finish simply oozes old-school Hollywood glamour. Cut-glass decanters and champagne saucers are a must here…Check out brilliant ideas for big mirrors

Cathy Rebecca added this to Housekeeping: Checklists To Keep Your Home Stocked for Every Occasion29 August 2014

Home bar The beauty of a home bar is that you can decide how extensive – or simple – to make it. Want to offer only wine? Choose a house white and red, and buy them by the case. Love offering your guests a full range of cocktails, à la Mad Men? Go for the full setup described below.Balloon-shaped red wine glassesWhite wine glassesBeer glassesMartini glassesChampagne flutesHighball glassesOld-fashioned glassesShot glassesCocktail shakerStrainer and stir stickBottle openerIce bucket and tongsAn affordable favourite wine (both a red and a white) purchased by the case to save a little cash, to serve as your house wineA selection of quality spirits, such as vodka, gin, scotch, whiskey, brandy, rum and tequilaMixers and cocktail additions such as vermouth, bitters, soda water, tonic, grenadine, lemons, limes and olivesCheck out these creative home bars

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emily adams added this to emily's Ideas4 October 2020

Amanda’s nook in dinning room with serving cart and mirror just smaller mirror to scale

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