Folding Home Bar On Wheels With Regal Oak Finish

by interior designer

in Home Bar

Finding the right folding home bar for your interior can often be very difficult. There are a number of things to consider such as the size in comparison to the room it will be located in as well as its style and look. Some people like to have the bar as a focal point to a dining room or basement room, whilst others prefer the furniture piece to be understated and to fade into the background when not in use.

folding-home-bar-woodFor home bars, I usually prefer to work with the understated look. This works well because the bar will not be in use all the time. A good quality and well made home bar will naturally be admired when in use without a lot of bells and whistles. Too many interiors I’ve seen have been cheapened with poor quality and inappropriate styles in relation to the existing decor.

The folding home bar with wheels as seen in the picture above is the type I like to use in the styles of room I design. With its regal oak finish and splendid craftsmanship, the solid wood construction is both sturdy and good looking. More importantly it also has some excellent features that are ideal for home entertainment. These can be seen clearly in the picture below.

wooden-home-bar-cabinet-storageWhen not in use, the bar can be folded away and moved to a position against a wall. Its design allows it to merge with other furniture and its surroundings thereby become camouflaged. This can be very beneficial to families with small children who don’t particularly want to have their home bar in full view most of the time.

You can read more about this furniture piece by visiting this website: Folding Home Bar On Wheels With Regal Oak Finish

It’s available to buy for a very decent $405 (at the time of writing).

Related Posts with Thumbnails

{ 1 comment… read it below or add one }

Sharon Holmes 06.23.12 at 05:40

I am looking to purchase the oak folding bar on wheels featured above but cannot find it on the linked web page ?
Thank you
Sharon Holmes

Leave a Comment

You can use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>