Wet Bar House Plans

If you're the type of person who likes to entertain, the next home you buy should help you do that - make sure to include a wet bar!

Wet Bar House Plans

Planning to Entertain with Wet Bar House Plans

If you're the type of person who likes to entertain, the next home you buy should help you do that. Why purchase a home that won't accommodate those you love?

Our wet bar house plans can provide the hub of your entertaining. We have numerous house plans of all shapes, sizes and styles that can include a wet bar.

What is a Wet Bar?

Don't be fooled, the bar itself is actually dry.

A wet bar is, effectively, a nook or bar built permanently into your home with a running water sink and, traditionally, storage for beverages. It's perfect preparing and serving for any mixed or brewed drink, from coffee to cocktails.

Just like our custom homes, wet bars, come in a variety of shapes and styles, and can be tailored to your specific needs and wildest desires.

Wet Bar House Plans

What are the Benefits of a Wet Bar Built Into the Floor Plan?

With a wet bar in the floor plan, you'll get:

  • A specified place for preparing beverages
  • A place to keep drinks cold and within easy reach
  • A hub for social mingling (helps keep guests from congregating in the kitchen)
  • An additional sink for your home
  • A station that's easy to clean
  • A home whose value improves more over time

If you're thinking about a custom home and you like having people over, then truly, there's no reason not to include a wet bar!

Can any custom house have a wet bar? Nearly any, yes. You'll find a wide selection of house plans with wet bars, and if you find one here that you like that doesn't have a wet bar already, you can talk with our modifications department and we can probably help you out!

Wet Bar House Plans

Take a look, for example, at the Ferris. This charming Craftsman ranch house offers a wet bar in a screen-enclosed porch with a cathedral ceiling. Far from the kitchen, it draws guests to an area that feels open and free but protects against the elements.

Click here to learn more about the Ferris house plan.

Or, if you're thinking on a grander scale, try the Roseburg, a fabulous five-bedroom open concept home with great natural light. This is a home that's perfect for entertaining, with its pleasantly wide wet bar across from the open kitchen. Guests won't crowd the kitchen, but won't be excluded from conversation with those running it!

Click here to view the Roseburg home plan.

Nearly any floor plan can accommodate a wet bar. Please feel free to browse our house plans, and when you narrow down to a handful that you like, contact Donald A. Gardner Architects and we'll guide you through the process.

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