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Space-Age Space Savers

Space-Age Space Savers

Mid-century-modern style is all about cleans lines and functional form, often possessing a futuristic vibe. The streamlined mid-century-modern furniture in this dining room opens up the tight space while giving it a slick space-race era cool.

Small Wonders

Small Wonders

If you have a small dining room, keeping the decor on the minimal side can make your space feel bigger. Here, three minimally styled pieces with strong silhouettes add enough impact to the small dining corner space to keep it interesting without overwhelming the space.

Mid-Century-Modern & Magnificent

Mid-Century-Modern & Magnificent

If you're a fan of Mid-Century-Modern design, this dining space is for you, filled with the design style's hallmarks such as a tulip dining table, wishbone chairs, and a sputnik chandelier, this room is swimming in groovy Mad Men era style.

Beverage Cart Anyone?

Beverage Cart Anyone?

A bar cart is a multifunction and stylish touch to any dining room! It's perfect for entertaining and can be styled to fit your season decor.

A Nook with School Books

A Nook with School Books

As at home studies become increasingly common many people are looking for practical ways to incorporate study areas into their space. Breakfast nooks can be a great place to add such a space into your home. In this design, we've added a bar cart for storing textbooks and a corkboard for keeping things organized, and just like that, schools in session.

Refreshing Blue Mid-Century Modern

Refreshing Blue Mid-Century Modern

Check out this refreshing blue open living-dining room filled with classic charm and functional comfort. Two sofas, large coffee table, bar-cart, and console table fill this room with funtional Mid-Century charm.

The Fireplace Bar

The Fireplace Bar

An oft-overlooked place to set up a bar is your fireplace mantel!  This long, narrow surface is a great place for a cocktail center and it can be a fun way to encourage guests to mingle throughout the space. It works both if you’re really tight on space or if you just want a creative way to display your cocktails!

Desktop Bar

Desktop Bar

If you have a workspace in a living room consider turning your desk into a makeshift bar. Use a large tray on top to corral the barware into a tidy area—it’s a nice way to visually rope it off from the rest of the styling.

Double Up On Your Dresser

Double Up On Your Dresser

Studios likely have limited options when it comes to setting up a home bar, but using your dresser can work just as well as a credenza. Use a tray to section off one area of the surface for bottles, garnishes, etc. And add flowers and a few decorative touches to give it a little extra personality! It’s the perfect fix for a small space.

Side Bar

Side Bar

A side table can be an ideal space for an impromptu bar when you’re hosting friends this holiday season. Just clear off a table and turn it into a self-serve drink station! Try a signature cocktail with fun ingredients that guests can mix up themselves—this also makes a great ice breaker.

A Credenza Bar

A Credenza Bar

A super simple way to rig up a handsome bar in your home is to use a credenza to double as a cocktail crafting station. It’s kind of like a bar cabinet already so it makes sense to stash your bottles in the cabinets and add a tray on top with glasses and other barware. This is a great way to make use of this key storage piece that you likely already have at home.

The Bookcase Bar

The Bookcase Bar

A bookcase is an awesome solution when you’re in need of a home bar. Just clear the books off a shelf or two and voila! It’s an easy way to work an impromptu bar into a living space without taking over the room.

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