Bar furniture add depth to the character of a home, office or lounge, and make the space more attractive to millennials and Gen Z, who enjoy spending time in innovative spaces. If you’ve considered setting up a bar but weren’t sure how to do it, here’s the perfect opportunity to roll up your sleeves and get it done. Besides being great for sharing amazing tales, bar furniture could also double up as storage space, which is for a premium in Singapore living.
Y! Bar Table
For a more private setting, deploy Henning Larsen Architects’ Y! Bar Table, which is an illusion—a floating table top! Available in laminate and linoleum with painted edges, choose from black or white colors to give the bar a sophisticated look.
Spine Bar Stool
Complete the bar table with Spine Bar Stools, designed by Signe Bindslev and Peter Bundgaard Rutzou from Space Copenhagen. Made with oak and leather, the artistic Spine Bar Stools have a strong sense of identity and help create an inviting bar for a snack or drink with a friend or colleague.
Aurelien Barbry designed the Barbry Stool as part of the Barbry Collection of barstools and side tables. Capped with a plywood seat, and optional upholstery, the frame features adjustable footrests; and the stool can be customized for tables of different heights.
AK 2750 Cabinet
Ebbe Gehl designed the AK 2750 Cabinet, which is incredibly stylish with a white Corian top, wooden cabinet and steel-finished legs. Deploy it for showcasing beautiful vintage artifacts or simply as storage furniture.
AK 1365 Bar Cabinet
AK 1365 Bar Cabinet is the collective genius of Soren Nilsen and Ebbe Gehl. Featuring a wooden aero TV unit, tambour doors, and stainless-steel base, the cabinet can house your games, movie or jazz collection.
We’d love to know about your bar project. Please let us know how you did, and whether you like the bar furniture we talked about. We have many more in our Singapore showroom. So, please do come and check us out.