Are you thinking about building a diy home bar? A corner in your living room or pantry that would be designated basically for stirring drinks? Then this article is for you. Hence, we’re going to provide you with some of our best DIY hacks and ideas that can turn your home bar into the most favorite spot during a party.

These handy tips will make your home bar Pinterest presentable!

Besides, we all know how convenient it would be if you have everything ready to make your favorite cocktail when you get off work. We’re going to let you know, how to turn your home bar into an EC Proof store.

1) Turn the old TV into a Bar

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If you have an old-time TV laying around the house, it’s time you put it to good use. There are so many vintage concepts and cool ideas about transforming old TVs nowadays. However, the most interesting one, by far, is to turn it into a bar. It looks charming and exciting. Furthermore, it will give your room a little bit of that retro flair. Plus, just imagine how amazing it would be to mix an Old Fashioned there!

2) Turn the old Piano into a Bar

This DIY idea combines sophistication, style, and liquor. Not all people have a piano laying around the house unused, but if you do, then this is going to be great for you. Take out the strings and the top of the piano to make room for the bottles. When you’re done with that, you can even put another layer of tint to make it glossy. However, if you’re a fan of the rustic look, leave the piano in its current form and just fill it with spirits.

3) Find an old Barrel and turn into a Full-Blown Liquor Spot  

This DIY project requires a little bit more work on your part, but we promise you that it’s going to be worth it in the end. You can do this in more ways than one, split the barrel in half or leave it in its current form. This depends on the space available to you at your home. However, a whole barrel might be better suited outside in the patio. Polish it a little before use, and you’re good to go!

4) Is it a Bookshelf? Is it a Bar?

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For all the readers and liquor lovers, a bookshelf turned into a bar is the best idea on the list. First of all, almost all of us have a bookshelf we don’t use anymore. Secondly, if you put a fresh coat of paint on the wood, it’s going to look brand new. Furthermore, the next step is to decide whether you like to place it on a wall or leave it on the floor. You can even put glass doors and make it fancy.

5) Suitcase turned into a Mini Bar Cart

Are you a world traveler? Have you picked up a few bottles of liquor on your travels? In that case, we have the best idea for you. We promise you’re going to love it. How about you turn your old suitcase (the one with stickers) into a mini bar cart? It’s a great conversation starter, and you can weave your travel stories into the process of mixing them a fresh Margarita.

6) How about using your old Crib as a Bar Cart?

We admit this is not an ordinary idea, but that’s why it’s so good because it’s unusual. If you have an old crib that no one in the family is using anymore, why don’t you fix it up a little and turn it into a bar card? None of your friends would be expecting a bottle of whiskey is coming out of a crib. Furthermore, you can use your imagination and paint it in different colors or make it a bit more rustic to fit the décor.

7) A Whole Storage Cabinet becomes a Bar Cabinet

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You probably thought of this before, but we have a few extra tips when it comes to turning a storage cabinet into a bar cabinet. Hence, you can add glass doors and shelf some of your best glasses inside to make it more presentable. Furthermore, you can add a list of cocktail recipes on the board behind the bottles.

8) From a Dresser to a Bar

This would be perfect for anyone with a large spirit collection at home. If you’re worried that any of the above won’t fit your bottles, then transforming a whole dresser into a bar might be a great idea. You can fix it up with a few funny drinking quotes and add a new layer of tint. Imagine how cool it would look if you wrote this on your new bar:

“Always remember that I have taken more out of alcohol than alcohol has taken out of me.” Winston Churchill


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