Shop Home Bar Furniture Sets & Cabinets
Whether you're sipping a morning coffee or having a nightcap with friends, you deserve a stylish spot to enjoy drinks and conversation. To choose a dining room bar set for your home, take note of the collection's size, shape, and color. Considering the room's layout and your lifestyle will also help you select the perfect piece. More
Aldersyde Brown 3 Pc Bar Height Table Set
Aldersyde Gray 3 Pc Bar Height Table Set
Aldersyde White 3 Pc Bar Height Table Set
Avrum Black 3 Pc Bar Height Dining Set
Avrum Gray 3 Pc Bar Height Dining Set
Avrum White 3 Pc Bar Height Dining Set
Chaz Light Brown 3 Pc Bar Height Dining Set
Hampden Black 3 Pc Bar Height Dining Set
Hampden White 3 Pc Bar Height Dining Set
Aldersyde Espresso 3 Pc Bar Height Table Set
Aldersyde Espresso 3 Pc Low Back Bar Height Table Set
Ellwood Black 5 Pc Bar Height Dining Set
Giantex Black Buffet Server Wood Cabinet Sideboard Cupboard Table With/wine
Giantex Wood Wine Rack Stackable Storage Storage Display Shelves (40-Bottle)
Kings Brand Furniture Metal/Marble Finish Wine Storage Organizer Rack Console
Begin by establishing the dimensions of both the dining room bar set and your available area. If space is at a premium, like in a compact kitchen or studio apartment, a smaller bar cabinet or three-piece seating set fits the bill. Spacious, open areas benefit from seven-piece dining room bar sets with large tables or long countertops.
Style and Shape
It's also important to consider the shape of the dining room bar set. Square and rectangular tables fit snuggly in corners, while round ones create a balanced look. Next, envision the style of the room. Evoke modern luxury with a sleek bar and stool set in black marble and polished chrome. For a cozy, classic feel, pick a collection with a wood pedestal table and pub-style chairs in leather.
Color and Finish
Dining room bar sets can complement any color scheme. Coordinating tables and stools with rich cherry, oak, or espresso finishes work well in classic and modern homes alike. To brighten up neutral spaces, use a dining room bar set in vibrant crimson or teal paint for a fun pop of color.
Keep your needs in mind when selecting a dining room bar set. Do you frequently serve brunch or host tailgate parties? Try a model featuring easy-to-clean glass or wooden surfaces that withstand spills and stains. Likewise, choose dining room bar sets with sturdy metal bases for durability and stability. If storage is a concern, look for options with built-in wine racks or shelves.