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Exciting Wet Bar Floor Plans

Exciting Wet Bar Floor Plans

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July 26, 2007

Building your own wet bar is a great way to add another interesting touch to your home.  Whether you entertain a lot now or you plan to in the future, with wet bar floor plans, you can create the dream hang out area in your basement or main floor.  Here are some ideas for creating a wet bar that really adds value to your home as well as to your life.  These wet bar floor plans are going to make you want to be the host every time there's a celebration.

The key to wet bar floor plans is that you need to know what you will be using the bar for primarily.  For example, it's a given that you will be making drinks here, but if you're more of a wine drinker than a liquor drinker, you might want to have plenty of wine storage space as well.  Think too about the number of people you want to have sitting around the area so that you have enough sitting space along the bar itself.

Wet Bar Floor Plans

Good wet bar floor plans will have ample room for a variety of glasses as well as liquors and ice.  If you're planning on using the bar regularly, you might want to install a refrigerator space that will allow you to make ice or just store it when necessary.  You will also want to have enough mixing instruments to help you fix any kind of drink for your guests as well as a drinks manual in order to make drinks you're unfamiliar with.

Modern wet bar floor plans will also include some sort of entertainment portion for guests to enjoy while their drink is being made.  For example, a flat screen TV is a good addition behind the bar as is a space to play cards or some other game.  Of course, this will depend on the uses for the bar itself in terms of what you will include for entertainment.

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