Miscellaneous

How to Set Up a Mini Bar in Your Home from The RoomPlace

You’ve dutifully scoured Pinterest and found recipes for mouthwatering martinis and delectable Manhattans. Now you just need somewhere to serve them. The RoomPlace has a serious love affair with mini bars this summer. It’s the perfect place to gather and unwind — And it makes happy hour feel just a little bit more special. Here are some home bar ideas you can bring to your living room or patio.

Show and Tell
The Ariana Bar helps you to turn your cocktail lineup into a decorative asset. With stemware storage, a clear front, and a modern silhouette, it will instantly elevate your happy hour setup. We love this piece for indoor and outdoor use alike. Your prettiest liquor bottles don’t have to languish in an old cabinet, give them a new place to shine on the sleek acrylic shelves of this bar.

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Staying Power
Like any good bar, you want your guests to stick around. Invest in some comfortable, modern bar stools to give your guests reason to stay a while. We love this modern stool for its curved lines and eye-catching chrome. You’ll want to make sure that you also have a flat surface that can accommodate the height of the stool, such as the Nicki Counter Height Table.

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Serious Storage
A space for to enjoy cocktails is great, but a minibar that is source of clutter cancels out the benefits. Invest in a spacious piece of mini bar furniture, like the Alegra Server, to store all of your favorite libations. With slots for wine bottles and shelving space for liquor, stemware, and more, it’s a functional asset, a decorative boost, and a fun gathering spot.

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Whether you’re an aspiring mixologist or prefer an ice cold beer, the mini bar cabinet is where the party’s at this summer. Score the perfect setup with the help of the team at The RoomPlace, and drop by one of our twenty locations across the Chicago and Indianapolis areas to get your perfect cocktail complement!

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