You don’t have to have an empty basement in your home or a great big space to have a wet bar. Wet bars can be as simple as a sink, some cabinetry, and a countertop. They are perfect for entertaining and can be well suited to even the smallest of spaces in your home.
Small Space Wet Bar Ideas
Here are some great ways to incorporate a wet bar into a small area:
- Custom Cabinetry – If you have a small space at the end of your kitchen or in your entertaining area, you can use custom wet bar cabinetry to install a sink and beautiful countertops. A 3.5 x 2 space can work perfectly for a small wet bar.
- Spare Closet – If you have a spare closet that is in the perfect position, you can turn the space into a beautifully tucked away drink and bar station.
- Blank Wall Space – If you have some blank wall space between a dining or entertainment area and your back door, you can create a great wet bar. A small compact countertop, sink, and cabinet, can easily be tucked away while joining the two spaces together, allowing you to not have to go back and forwards to the kitchen.
- Kitchen and Dining Area Connection – If you currently have a wall that separates your kitchen and dining areas, consider opening the wall up. You can partially open the wall and create a built-in wet bar. This will allow the feel of the two rooms to be open to one another and give you the perfect place to serve drinks from.
- Outdoors – If you don’t have much space to spare inside but you have an outdoor entertaining area, consider placing the wet bar out there. This is especially great if you have a fully covered area.
- Corner Bar – If you have an unused corner in your entertaining space, consider using a curved countertop. A curved bar can allow you to use the corner space, creating a bar that has enough room for a one or two bar stools.