You’re either TEAM COFFEE BAR or TEAM COCKTAIL BAR. I’m personally all about the cocktail bar in my home and had so much fun creating this simple boho home bar.
Get the Look
There are literally only a few simple elements to incorporate to your home bar area to get this look. You can change it up for every season, too. (See how I added a bar cart and some natural Christmas decor in my Christmas bar cart tutorial.
Boho Home Bar:
I literally only used a vase, pampas grass, a small cutting board, a round mirror, a Drinkworks home bar machine, and some inexpensive glasses I found at TJ Maxx.
What I love about the Drinkworks home bar machine is that I can literally make a drink at the push of a button.
My favorite cocktail is a Moscow Mule, and it’s nice not having to keep large bottles of ingredients in the house.
Less Clutter = More Aesthetically Pleasing
The key with any home bar (coffee or cocktail) is to keep it less cluttery. In my opinion, when you have too much going on, it just looks like a mess and uninviting. Keep it simple.
I’m obsessed (yes, I use that word a lot), with natural pampas grass right now, so I try to incorporate it into home decor as much as possible.
Pampas grass tip: If you pick it yourself, spray it down with some hairspray after it’s completely dried out to reduce the shedding.
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What’s your favorite cocktail? Let me know in the comments section 🙂