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Redefine Your Bar

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May 1 | Design

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The traditional in-home bar is constantly getting a makeover. From the basement entertainment center to the main level self-service center, the trends have changed over the years. What used to be a closed off space just for homeowners to serve guests has evolved into an open area meant to keep the conversations flowing when entertaining. Whether you are hoping to create a space that opens up a room or design a wall with a sleek built-in option that conceals items until the guests arrive: it’s a space that has been getting redefined for years.

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You can have it all with wine bottles at your fingertips and fresh brew on tap. A counter height beverage center or dual zone wine cabinet add a sophisticated look to a space that is just wide enough for a small home bar area yet large enough to add a complimenting beverage dispenser to the side. Put your best bottles up front and center with the Dual Zone Wine Cabinet. Temperatures can be adjusted to appropriately store both champagnes and wines. Alternatively, a True Beverage Center offers the perfect storage space to keep a few bottles from the case you have stored in the basement cellar at your fingertips. Enjoy a glass of chilled wine with dinner or unwind on the couch after a long day. Stash the bottled waters and mixers on the shelves above and we’ve got you covered for whatever mood you’re setting.

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Right beside the refrigeration unit of your choice, we recommend installing the True Beverage Dispenser. It’s crafted to deliver the “Perfect Serve,” something any beer connoisseur will appreciate. Homeowners and guests will enjoy a consistently frosty and refreshing pour. Iced coffee and root beer also make great options to keep on tap. The choice is yours.

 
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