In designing home wine bar, first consider number of bottles of wine to be stored at any time and type of wine that will stay. Number of bottles determines how large of an area and type of storage you need. Type of wine, red or white, determines if wine has to be stored cold or at room temperature, according to bettertastingwine.com. Wine storage comes in variety of types and sizes, including bars, racks, cabinets and cold storage. For smaller home wine bar, consider wine rack that can be placed on a counter, existing table or even hung on a wall. To a large collection, consider buying a wine cabinet or colder. Cupboards and refrigerators have 50 or more bottles and also come in a variety of styles. For serious amateur came home, wineries have hundreds of bottles and maintain proper wine temperature and humidity at all times.
Bacchus is god of wine and are available a variety of sources and wall plates. If your home wine bar is installing water, you can put source on wall for constant flow of water. If this is not possible because there is no installation or budget, consider buying a source of Bacchus that recycles its own water or decorative plates Bacchus.