Necessity Is The Mother Of Invention. YAY!
Wonderful ideas can pop up out of nowhere when you need to find a solution to a problem. For anyone living in a small space and worrying about how to make it more ‘multi-functional,’ here is bright idea to turn your desk into a bar when you’re done working and ready to play.
The design includes a cork-backed wall at the back of the desk that pivots on wooden dowel posts on the sides of the desk. Simply pull the desk away from the wall, fold down the back wall, and it becomes a bar with seating for 3 at stools. A trough at the back of the desk (hidden by the bar top when it’s down) has room for 20+ bottles, a shelf for bar wear, and a recessed nook for an ice bucket or cutting board. After multiple tries, I found a pivot point on the side of the desk that would allow gravity to keep the bar top in place while making sure the bar was 42″ high when in bar mode. This is important because it’s the standard height for a bar. If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my years of designing furniture, it’s this: DON’T MESS WITH STANDARD DIMENSIONS!
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