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Home Source Corner Bar Unit, Black

  • Built-in wine rack
  • Contemporary style with Black finish
  • Material: wood veneer and Glass shelf
  • Stemware storage at Top shelf
  • Multiple shelves for storage Use
  • Wine Bottle storage

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Home Source Corner Bar Unit, Black


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Home Source Corner Bar Unit Charcoal

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Product Details

  • Top wine rack and shelf for items
  • Counter space and wine rack for wine bottle storage
  • Base cabinet with clear glass doors and two interior shelves for storage space
  • Assembly required
Product Dimensions31.5 x 23 x 73 inches (80 x 58.4 x 185.4 cm)
Item Weight117 pounds (52.65 kg)
ManufacturerHome Source
Country of OriginChina
Item model numberDC03 MOP-CHARCOAL
BrandHome Source
Finish TypeCharcoal
StyleBase Cabinet



Your next get-together is going to be made even better with the Home Source Corner Bar Unit Charcoal. It's an all inclusive corner bar unit in a charcoal finished hardwood frame. You won't have to worry about where your stemware is going to go with the wrack on the top of this unit. Reflective mirrored panels are set behind the shelf. You can set more glasses or other accoutrements. The middle counter space is perfect for bottles or more wine glasses. The base of this unit features three clear glass doors and two shelves for any other items you need to store. Make this your one stop shop for setting up hor'dourves plates and serving drinks. Store bottles in the wine middle wine rack that can house five bottles.

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Customer Questions & Answers

  • Question: It says 31.5" x 23.62" x 73.2". How long is each side, the 31.5" or 23.62"? I only have 24" till it would be showing the back. :-/

    Answer: First of all it’s a beautiful piece and the storage is plentiful. So it’s a triangle in shape. The 73.2 is definitely the height. The front is 37.4 from one edge to the other. Each back side measures 22” and there is a left side and a right side. The 23.62 is the depth in other words. The measurement of the the wood shelf from rear to front. I hope that explains it
  • Question: Do you have this in white?

    Answer: No, I have it in Brown
  • Question: It's solidwood

    Answer: It’s a beautiful piece. Very heavy. Solid wood. Holds many bottles. Have received many compliments. The only problem I had was that one of the glass pieces arrived broken.
  • Question: Does anyone have the instructions they can put pictures up as they dont come with them please ?

    Answer: When I ordered mine came with instructions if you call the company they will send you on
  • Question: Where is it made?

    Answer: Made is USA, in NJ
  • Question: How’s much assembling is required?

    Answer: It took about a couple of hours to assemble. Our legs broke off and cracked the wood so we had to leave those silver legs off.
  • Question: 14 and 15 drill holes not right on the rack bar I guess I’m have to make my own or send it back

    Answer: Dear customer, Hopefully you can fix the issues you are facing. If you are capable to drill it right I would ask you to attempt it. If not, we can send you the correct part number. Please send pictures of the miss drilled parts for better engagement. Sorry for your inconvenience.
  • Question: Can someone please clarify the dimensions? From the front down the outer side to the corner? Please

    Answer: U talkin bout from the end of the front to the other end of the front ?

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Am•• ••er

October 4, 2021

Good purchase

It arrived 2 days early! It did take about 5 hours to put together. It looks great, very spacious inside cupboards. Wish it was a little wider but overall very happy with this purchase.

Am•• ••er

September 21, 2021

Home touch

Your browser does not support HTML5 video.  I brought this as a gift for my husband and I’ve never seen a man light up in good vibes lol. A little hard to assemble but it eventually got done and it came out marvelous!

An•• ••ea

September 13, 2021

Looks really nice

This took me about 3 hours to put together alone. It would have been easier with two people. It looks nice and holds a lot. Hopefully it stands up to the load. The bottom is full of bottles, but everything else is spaced out to reduce weight. Looks way nicer than the bottles all lined up in the bottom of my pantry. Recently moved and wanted a designated place for alcohol.

np•• ••er

September 6, 2021

Mostly looks well

Difficult to assemble instructions hard to follow, door latch magnet very weak, and quality control with screw holes low. There is a very uneven gap on the latching door I will have to drill new holes to reposition so it isn’t so noticeable.

Kr•• ••st

August 22, 2021

Looks great!

Perfect in the corner of our dining room. Looks great and excellent value for the money.

sh•• ••ce

August 21, 2021

Bar arrived with glass shattered

Ordered this and soon as I opened the box I noticed the glass was shattered… extremely disappointed because I’ve been looking forward to this.

Ga•• ••av

August 17, 2021

Poor quality

Shaky and very difficult to assemble - came with broken parts and scratches

mi•• ••l.

August 16, 2021

A little disappointed one of the mirrored panels has an X in it like the glue came threw ?

Hi I bought this pice for my dining room. Looks nice but one of the mirrored panels has an X in the mirror looks to me like it could be the glue you use to make the panel ? Is it possible to send me a new mirrored panel? Thanks Michael

TE•• ••SA

August 15, 2021



nj•• ••

August 7, 2021

It takes some time to put together

I would have liked it to be a bit higher and have an LED light in the top piece to shine down on the glass shelves

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Why Buy a Home Bar?

Finding the right home bar furniture for your kitchen, dining room or mancave can feel a bit daunting. It's a big purchase that's likely to take up a lot of space in your home, which means finding the right style, size and shape of home bar or corner is an important thing to get right. The internet is also flooded with them, from professional-looking corner bars that you’ll feel you need an alcohol license for, to the more reserved, stylish home bars or bar cabinets with space for those vintage glasses you always save for special occasions.

We’ve done the hard work for you, trawling through products and reviews from trusted home bar furniture retailers to bring you the very best home bar options on the market. We also have three important questions for you to answer in our buying guide to help you decide on the right home bar unit for you. Once you’ve answered these you’ll be ready in no time to take your pick from our top home bars for sale with al the idea and inspiration you'll need. But before we share our best buys, here's why we think home and corner bars are a worthy investment...

In this review, we discuss;

A space for entertaining

We all have those nights in that stay in our mind for years in the future, with stories from the night being recounted for new and old friends. A great piece of home bar furniture is a great way to transform those casual nights in with friends into something a little more special. There's nothing quite like serving up your signature cocktails or some whiskey on the rocks from your very own home bar. Some of us are born entertainers, so let your creative side out and find a home or corner bar that speaks volumes about the way you want your nights in with friends to go.

A stylish touch to a room

We can all spend weeks, months or sometimes even longer thinking up the most creative ways to add some style and character to the rooms in our house, none more so than a kitchen or dining space designed to share family moments or hosting. A home bar is one of those pieces of furniture that can transform a room, adding something new and different to what can otherwise feel like a typical kitchen or dining area. Because of their nature, home bars are designed to be something special. So why not take the opportunity to add some spark to your home with some of our home bar ideas.

A place to keep your drinks

Let's not forget that home and corner bars have a very functional purchase too. Home bar furniture and cabinets are designed to keep your bottles, glasses and other drinks or accessories out of the way so that they're stored in a safe place that doesn't leave them open to being broken or chipped in a busy kitchen. They also allow you to store everything in the same place so you know exactly where everything is when you need it. This is perhaps even more important if you have a family home with young children running around. Keep your home bar accessories out of sight and out of mind (until you need them...).

1. Traditional Solid Wood Home Bar

The word 'traditional' sums up this wooden home bar unit incredibly well, with its rustic pine or solid oak style (that's right, you get to choose the finish to match your room), and large enough to get behind this bar for your home and really entertain your guests. This home bar is handmade using quality timber and stainless steel rails to give those on the other side of the beer something to rest their feet or hands on, just like a traditional bar would. What we love about this home bar is that you can choose the right size for your space too, not just the style.

  • Size dimensions: Height: 106cm, Width: 196cm, Length: 83cm
  • Retailer: Liberty Games
  • Price: £££
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2. Charcoal Grey Home Bar Unit

A stunning vintage-style bar set-up complete with two fixed shelves and space for 12 bottles. The storage space is a huge selling-point for this one, so great for entertaining the troops. Its charcoal grey colour with mango wood countertop will add a bit of vibrancy to any kitchen, dining room or mancave. The white writing on the front of this home bar add a brilliantly personal touch and a great bit of style to suit many different spaces for entertaining.

  • Size dimensions: Height: 104cm, Width: 116cm, Length: 48cm
  • Retailer: Maisons Du Monde
  • Price: ££
Charcoal Grey Bar Unit

3. Diamond Indoor Home Bar

This home bar or corner bar is a minimalistic yet stylish option, with a bit of character from the smart-looking diamond shape on the front and its solid pine construction. The optional upgrade of castor wheels on the bottom of the unit mean it can be easily moved inside or outside for when the weather allows some entertaining in the garden. The space on top for preparation as well as the space inside for storage or room for a standard mini fridge make it a brilliantly convenient option. For the perfect combination of home bar and mini fridge you can also check out our Best Mini Fridges blog for inspiration. What's more, Liberty Games also have another similar home bar called the Diamond Plus Home Bar that comes with a brilliant white finish.

  • Size dimensions: From Height: 113cm, Width: 118cm, Length: 64cm
  • Retailer: Liberty Games
  • Price: ££
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4. Metal Industrial Home Bar Unit on Castors

If you’re looking for something with serious style but a large home bar feels a step too far, or maybe you’re struggling a little for space, this industrial bar cabinet can be a worthy choice. It’s got space for your drinks and removable shelves at the back, and is on wheels so your guests don’t even need to come to the bar. You can wheel it over to them! Whilst this doesn't offer the vast storage space that some of the larger home bar units might, it's certainly more affordable and perhaps a great introduction to stepping up your home entertainment before making a bigger purchase.

  • Size dimensions: Height: 94cm, Width: 85cm, Length: 40cm
  • Retailer: Maisons Du Monde
  • Price: £
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5. SPIGA 2-Door Bar Cabinet

If storage space is what you’re after without breaking the bank, this 2-door bar cabinet from Maison Du Monde is a brilliant option, with a purpose-built wine rack, glass holders and plenty of space for bottles and even accessories. The shelves are adjustable as well to suit your needs! The real appeal of this home bar however, aside from all the functional benefits, is quite clearly the style. It's a great way to add a bit of class and sophistication to a room, and with its slick dark wood finish there aren't too many styles of room that this home bar unit wouldn't fit brilliantly with.

  • Size dimensions: Height: 120cm, Width: 108cm, Length: 50cm
  • Retailer: Maisons Du Monde
  • Price: ££
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6. Riya Home Bar Cart

Now we know with this piece of bar furniture we're going a little off the 'home bar' brief, but that's for a very food reason. Whilst some home bars come with all the space you'd need for hosting big nights in, this home bar cart serves a very different purpose. It's a brilliantly stylish piece from John Lewis which offers an alternative to a traditional bar or cabinet, with a touch of simplicity and elegance, and just the right amount of space for your spirts of wine bottles with room on top for preparation and serving. And with its wheels wherever the party moves, your trusty bar cart can follow.

  • Size dimensions: Height: 74cm, Width: 73cm, Length: 37cm
  • Retailer: John Lewis
  • Price: £
Riya Home Bar Cart

7. Rustic Outdoor Solid Wood Home Bar

Now this one is a little different to the rest, it's an outdoor home bar designed to be weather-resistant, made with solid wood that's been treated and with nano-based UV protection to make sure it's a purchase that lasts and lasts. This outdoor home bar is a fantastic option for those who enjoy hosting barbecues, garden parties, and summer drinks at home. It's entirely made in the UK with timber sourced from Alnwick Castle in Northumberland (yes that's right, the place that many castle scenes in Harry Potter were filmed - now isn't that a talking point!).

  • Size dimensions: Height: 106cm, Width: 154cm, Length: 63cm
  • Retailer: Liberty Games
  • Price: £££
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8. Quench Quenchito Home Bar

Sleek is the name of the game with this stainless steel home bar. Perhaps not to everyone's taste - it's a far cry from some of the more rustic options - but we absolutely love it. The Quench Quenchito Home Bar has LED illumination and mirrored panels that will surely get your guests talking. Not only that but practically-speaking stainless steel is a dream to clean, and this home bar unit has tonnes of space underneath for glasses, bottles and even the odd ice bucket or two.

  • Size dimensions: Height: 106cm, Width: 56cm, Length: 120cm
  • Retailer: Liberty Games
  • Price: £££
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9. Truck Front Home Bar with Wine Storage

If you’re looking for 'wow factor' then look no further. This home bar in the style of a truck front will transport you and your guests all the way to exotic Goa, India. It comes complete with two surfaces, a stylish bottle rack, and plenty of storage space in behind. This bar is enough to light up any party! It's made from metal as well as recycled wood.

  • Size dimensions: Height: 108cm, Width: 160cm, Length: 35cm
  • Retailer: Maisons Du Monde
  • Price: £££
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10. Palm Tree Print Corrugate Metal and Wood Bar

Did somebody say surf party? This palm tree print tiki home bar unit is your very own slice of the Californian beaches. Picture yourself serving your friends their favourite cocktails, with all the space you’ll need for ingredients in the fitted wooden shelves and glass storage rack. Huddle around this stylish piece and share stories from your travels overseas. It's made with solid pine and corrugated metal, complete with a grey palm tree print which adds style without the chance of any colour clashes with the other home bar furniture in the room.

  • Size dimensions: Height: 100cm, Width: 105cm, Length: 46cm
  • Retailer: Maisons Du Monde
  • Price: £££
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Before choosing your home bar furniture, whether it's a typical home bar unit, corner bar or bar cabinet, consider answering these three questions...

Who's your home bar for?

Me, myself and I

Choosing a home bar can feel like a real personal purchase. It can be your place to sit back, relax and be yourself, but it can equally be a place for entertaining how you want to entertain. If the only person who’ll be using your bar is you (or a select few friends and family members), you might not need all the drawers, cupboards or bar stools you might if you were entertaining. You can keep it simple with your favourite comfy chair and a stripped-back, stylish bar top. Don’t waste your money on stools that won’t get used, splash out on some great wall art or a state-of-the-art beer tap instead.

I was born to host

Ok we get it. You’re the host with the most. If you’re planning on inviting people over to get as much use out of your bar space as you can, you need to get thinking a lot more practically. First of all (and it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to work this one out), you just need a bigger bar. You don’t want to end up squeezing people onto a corner. You’ll also want a few bar stools or somewhere else for people to sit and get the cards out. And last but not least, storage: that’s cupboards, drawers, fridge space and more to make sure everyone’s happy!

What space are you working with?

The bar takes pride of place

Now we’re in business! If you’ve got the space, you can really let the bar do the talking. There’s nothing better than peering into a man cave with an absolute beauty of a bar kitted out with a wine rack and maybe even a glass hanger for your cocktail glasses. Why the hell not. Here’s where corner bars can come in real handy too just to make even more of the space you’ve got.

The bar is the icing on the cake

Some of the best bars out there are the stylish and simple ones. They get the job done and you don’t have to fork out a lot of money in the process. Home bars come in so many different sizes, and if you’ve only got a small space a large bar would only make it feel smaller and congested. You’ve got a few options: go mobile and choose a simple bar cart with wheels, get a single beer dispenser fitted to elevate your cave, or keep it stylish and sleek with a bar cabinet filled to the brim with your favourite tipples. To make the most of your space around the bar, check out these top tips for creating the perfect home bar setup and get those creative juices flowing. Your home bar, your call!

What’s your tipple?

A pint of old faithful

If a refreshing beer is what you like to end a week with you’ve got to be thinking one of two things: a beer dispenser for the home, or a beer fridge big enough to always have a cold one waiting for you. Beer dispensers range from your stand-alone draught beer taps that can fit on most bar surfaces to your integrated draught beer dispensers for the wall. If you’re new to the home bar game a stand-alone beer tap is a great place to start, get a feel for it and work out what you like!

The hard stuff, sipped slowly

If you’re a fan of the harder stuff, whether it’s a whiskey on the rocks or your go-to cocktail (done your way, of course), then a spirits cabinet or even a drinks trolley can be the way to go. A lot of your larger bars will come with space to keep your spirits and mixers of choice, but always make sure you get something with enough space to handle your impromptu cocktail making classes and after work drinks!

Now there you have it, a broad range of home and corner bar products all the way from your outspoken stylish and slightly unusual home bars, to your sleek and elegant bar cabinets and bar carts. There are really two home bars that stand out for us and that we'd wholeheartedly recommend:

  1. The Charcoal Grey Home Bar Unit for its fantastic combination of style and practicality. There really aren't many home bars out that that can boast draw space and an in-built wine rack.
  2. The Traditional Solid Wood Home Bar for its open call for a more traditional way of doing things. Handmade in the UK from select cuts of pine or oak, with stainless steel feel and hand roles.

For the rest of your man cave needs and desires, why not explore our site or head over to the Home Bar section to see more posts and recommended products!

Affiliate disclaimer: on some or all of the products above, we receive a small commission if you make a purchase via our site. This does not impact the price you pay, but it allows us to keep helping people by writing these reviews, so thank you!

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Whether or not you miss crowded bars, it's safe to say that being able to fix yourself a drink at home, whether it's an alcoholic beverage or not, has become increasingly important. You don't need to have a full-blown bar setup—custom counter builds, stools, the works—to have a stylish and functional home bar. This is good news for those of us who simply don't have the space for all that jazz...We simply won't let a tiny blueprint space cramp our style and break up the party! Ahead, discover creative small-space solutions from some of our favorite designers to have the home (mini)bar of your happy hour dreams, no matter your square-footage restrictions.

1Just a Tray

Pretty bottles don't need to be stashed away! Keep your collection out in the open on a tray in your dining room or living room atop a dresser or cabinet. Another pro tip? Maximize the perceived size of your space with a mirror above the buffet, as designer Ellen Kavanaugh did in this whimsical Florida home.

2Book Shelves

Elizabeth Cooper Interior Design chose an unexpectedly striking color combination: cool blue and gray tones and rich chocolate browns. The de Gurnay wallpaper brings the entryway to life and also makes it feel like a sophisticated study, thanks to the library-inspired book cabinet-turned minibar.

3Mini Wine Storage Nooks

To hide the slanted ceiling of the stairwell below, designer Beth Diana Smith fashioned a wine holder that fits an ample supply in tiny square footage.

4Converted Nook

For this Palm Beach living room, designer John Fondas turned a shallow closet into an out-of-the-way bar nook by removing the doors and building in cabinets. Tortoise wallpaper by Schumacher gives it a Caribbean feel.

5Behind Dutch Doors

A dutch door in this living room designed by Jessie Carrier and Mara Miller conceals a small but fully functioning wet bar. The farmhouse veneer allows it to blend right in, and, style aside, the bisected door enables easy reach-in access.

6Slim Display

High Street Homes utilized a narrow, ceiling-height brass shelving unit from the luxury custom fabricator Amuneal to connect this kitchen and bar, keeping them visually joined but functionally separated.

7Secretary Desk

We aren't all in a position to dedicate a whole closet to booze storage, or, sometimes not even a whole long media cabinet or armoire. So shrink things down with a smaller secretary desk. It's easy to tuck everything away when it's not in use or when you need to open up a walkway in a narrow hall or corner. We're digging the surprising yellow gloss inside this one in a living room by Philip Gorrivan.

8Dining Adjacent Buffet

The open loft space called for an exposed home bar instead of an entirely separate room, so designer Jae Joo added a bespoke corner unit to function as both a mixing station and a buffet for dinner parties.

9Skirted Pantry Shelves

Designed by Gary McBournie, this dapper walk-in pantry is also serving double duty as a home bar. To add instant hidden storage, enclose your shelves with a fabric skirt.

10Pull Out Drawer

Even a well-organized drawer can become a home bar. To prevent all your bottles, cans, and other pantry items from toppling over in their respective drawers, purchase some drawer organizers that help keep them all in place. Heidi Piron Design and Cabinetry installed flexible dividers here to keep liquor bottles from clanking together, but separators will be handy for anything in your pantry drawers, really.

11Repurposed Nightstand

Fitz Pullins used a small cabinet to prop up barware and hold glasses in this dining room. This is a great alternative for anyone who doesn't want to splurge on a new bar cart and can repurpose an exister dresser or nightstand.

12Upgraded Wine Rack

This freestanding storage piece hits the small-space home bar jackpot. It's slim enough to slide into a corner without blocking any prime usable space, and the minimalist design ensures that it doesn't take up too much visual real estate either. That way, we can focus on the superb lines of this sofa in a living room by ETC.etera.

13Plumbed Wet Bar

The prep sink and under-counter refrigerator drawer in this bar. by designer Vani Sayeed allow for seamless serving and quick clean up. Pull-put trays also enable extra counter space in an instant.

14Kitchen Zone

If you're going to make room for a home bar in the kitchen, make sure to put it in a good spot. In this space designed by Emily Henderson, the home bar zone is close to the dining area, making it easier to run back and forth when you're entertaining.

15Behind Folding Doors

Designed by Studio Shamshiri, this home bar is like a little speakeasy. The sliding doors open to a spacious serving bar. This way, you can keep it closed up and save space when you're not entertaining.

16Optimized Armoire

NICOLEHOLLIS transformed a navy lacquered armoire into a surprisingly roomy bar cabinet. When closed, it blends right into the sophisticated living room. But when the clock strikes five and the doors swing open, it feels like a full-fledged bar. Those extra interior door storage compartments are especially crafty.

17Wall Unit

This home bar accomplishes everything a stand-alone home bar in a room of its own would, but it doesn't take up nearly as much space. From the mesh enclosures to other compartmentalized nooks and upside-down stemware storage, this bar has it all.

18Just a Bar Cart

A rounded rattan bar trolley gets us every time. The colorful accents draw attention to the cool curves of this cart in a parlor by Beata Heuman. Very Mrs. Dalloway meets The Parker Palm Springs.

19Hidden Media Storage

How clever is this flip-top-cabinet-meets-bar? Designed by NICOLEHOLLIS, this modern living room is always ready to party. With a piece like this, you won't have to run back and forth to the kitchen to make cocktails for your guests, but you can also hide the booze when need be.

20Colorful Coat Closet

Tuck your little home bar behind a closet door and line the back with a wallpaper that pops or mirrored tiles and colorful cabinets (designed Jean Liu opted for a deep teal). And remember: No space, no matter how small, is too small for a wine fridge.

21Double Storage Duty

This bar unit is actually really just one fully stocked tray. If you look closely, this homeowner actually uses the bottom cabinet for shoe storage! If your space is small and you only have one media unit to make things work, here's proof that it's doable.

Hadley MendelsohnSenior EditorHadley Mendelsohn is House Beautiful's senior editor, and when she's not busy obsessing over all things decor-related, you can find her scouring vintage stores, reading, or stumbling about because she probably lost her glasses again.

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