How To Create a Professional Bar Area for the Home

Mar 29, 2016

When your profession is designing homes it is important to take into account your target audience (homebuyers) for that particular area. In an upper class neighborhood there are different amenities and accoutrements that can be added to enhance the overall look and feel of the home while in a middle class area a similar design is accomplished in a different manner. The goal is to make the home as comfortable and appealing as possible without boxing a specific demographic in.

This is why you will see many brand new homes painted in neutral colors and the appliances and accessories will all run about the same within that geographical location. There are ways to add in small unique twists that make the home interesting and different without narrowing down the field of prospective home buyers. One of the many ways to do this is by using accessories like the sink which is common in the bathroom, kitchen, utility and bar areas.

Many designers and contractors are familiar with the options available in the larger rooms with the farmhouse and under mount sinks being the more popular styles at this time. The trough sinks can be used in the bathrooms when you are referring to the bigger designs but what about that wet bar area that is often seen in the upstairs bonus room or as an edition to a downstairs recreation area? The trough sink can be small and shallow which is ideal for dumping drinks or rinsing glasses so that users aren’t having to items all the way back to the kitchen. Instead, they have the convenience right there and can easily take care of guest needs without leaving the party. A wet bar area does not need to contain liquor but can have beverages for the kids minimizing unnecessary traffic in the kitchen.

Homes sell when they are priced reasonably for their surrounding area and they are equipped with the latest and greatest in tools, resources and accessories. Trough sinks are an affordable way to enhance any area of the home and still remain in budget on the project. By including this you provide functionality and clean style in any area of the home.