Common Types Of A Basement Bar Design
Your basement can become one of the best-loved rooms in your house when given the right attention. Your basement is ideal for family recreation as
well as for entertaining guests. If this is what you have been planning for your basement, this article is for you.
You might want to start with a basement bar design that is most appropriate for your basement. There are so many you could find. Below is a list of
bar descriptions that are commonly used in households:
1. Staight-Bar Design. As its name implies, this basement bar design is the simplest of all. It looks similar to a front desk in hotel lobbies. The
difference is its features and functionality. Like a typical bar, it has a little space for the sink on top, a foot rest on the stool side, a gutter area where
you mix the drinks, an arm rail, and a space for the cooler or ref. The width for this type of bar can vary from 6 feet (or less) and up to 10 or maybe
more. Make sure that when designing, you have investigated the measurements properly.
2. L-Shaped Bar. This is a basement bar design that is shaped like the letter L. There is no difference in the materials used and its features are the
same as the standard straight bar. Simply put, the big notable difference is its design. Your friends can also enjoy a better conversation while sitting
in this bar because the distance from other seats is closer. Again the measurements vary depending on the size of your basement but usually the
lengths are symmetrical.
3. A Keggar Bar Design. This bar is very popularly used. Its design is shaped like two L-shaped bars joint with the straight type in the middle.
Viewing from the top, it usually looks like a one-third of a square is cut and used. This basement bar design accommodates a perfect space for the
refrigerator and a beer keg. Hence its name.
4. Design for a Monster Bar. This is a very huge bar that can accommodate plenty of seats, a big space for the drinking area, equipped with a keg
and beer gutter and