Spaces We Love: 6 HDB Homes With Lovely Bar Counters

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Updated on November 29, 2018 8:11 am

Jemma Chiu

Spaces We Love: 6 HDB Homes With Lovely Bar Counters

Gone are the days when you’d party all night with your squad. With the busy schedule that you have—growing your career and making the most out of your family time—nothing feels more comfortable now than drinking at home in your pajamas at a counter full of booze. Setting up an indoor bar counter can be a tedious task but if you have ample space, hosting a gathering in your home can be as light as a breeze.

Thinking of having your own indoor bar counter? Let these homes speak to you if you want to build yourself a bar.

1. Design by Dots ‘n Tots

An efficient way of having a bar counter in your home is to create a pass through with an opening from the kitchen to the dining area. Sliding doors can be added if you don’t want to expose your kitchen all the time. This 4-room BTO in Tampines has utilised the huge space by opening up a portion of the division to make serving the guests more convenient.

2. Design by Three-D Conceptwerke

This HDB home in Poh Heng has a tranquil vibe, which is further complemented by the use of natural materials. The bar counter kept the clean lines that is evident in the home’s interiors. The partition that divides the bar counter and the kitchen created a seamless transition between the spaces.

3. Design by Rezt n Relax Interior

You might want to keep your bar counter sophisticated and elegant by using a monochromatic theme. This 5-room HDB unit in Bedok Reservoir features dark wood cabinets and solid surface countertops, which made the space more luxurious.

4. Design by Fuse Concept

Make your space party-ready by having your bar counter sit side by side with the dining table just like how Fuse Concept did it in this apartment on Fernvale Street.

5. Design by Free Space Intent

Save more space by utilising an over-the-head shelving unit to store your booze and wine glasses. Plus, the kids won’t be able to reach them and cause trouble. This home in Holland Ave. has created a cosy and space-saving bar counter—plus, it's so stylish with the industrial-style stools and blue paint.

6. Design by The Local INN.terior

This cosy bar counter in a café-like themed home in Edgedale Plains will give you that industrial chic vibe, thanks to steel and concrete materials, along with exposed pipes, columns, and beams.

Get more inspiration from local designers by visiting Cromly's Design page.

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