A 500-square-foot wine cellar and bar in the living room.
By: Michael Aynsley
A cocktail lounge with a sunken seating area.
A home theater with a built-in bar.
Or this one with a walk-in wine closet.
A wine dispenser in the kitchen.
Photos: Napa Technology
This genius device will preserve four bottles of wine for up to 60 days. Order one here.
A cruise ship-inspired bar in the entryway.
A beautiful basement pub.
This, believe it or not, was a DIY basement remodeling job. Click here to see the building process in pictures.
A mini bar under the stairs.
Or a temperature-controlled wine room.
Or this giant wine rack.
A DIY wall bar.
Designed and built by Reddit user Antares42 using old dresser drawers.
A trapdoor wine cellar.
Or this retractable wine cellar that rises from the floor at the push of a button.
Photo: YO! Home
Part of the YO! Home concept by Yo! Sushi founder Simon Woodroffe.
The ultimate bar cart.
Photos: Naihanli & Co.
It even has electrical outlets for your blended drinks.
And this gratuitous wine display.
A cozy attic bar.
Photos: Inblum Architects
Lithuanian studio Inblum Architects built this exposed brick bar in the attic of a heritage house in Minsk, Belarus.
A rec room tavern.
A swim-up bar in your backyard.
Or this pool-side drinking cabana.
An upcycled cocktail stand made from a retro television set.
A bar converted from a backyard shed.
And a wine room that hides behind a secret door.
Photos: Creative Home Engineering