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Sometimes after a long day of work and riding we want a place to wind down and have a drink. Whether its over whiskey or water, a cozy at home bar can be just the place to chat with family or friends. You can do a huge renovation to build a bar or try adding a few simple statement accessories and work with what you already have. Above, this small space features fun saddle barstools and a stirrup wine bottle holder. Remember the feature on repurposing your old stirrups? You can check out that wine bottle holder there. Photo source: Houzz > Do you enjoy simplicity? Shop around or have that handy husband make a small and portable bar for your living room. It’s the cowgirl’s version of a bar cart and it’s beautiful. Photo source: Houzz >   This corner bar is a great way to use space and provides storage for glasses and bottles. It’s not a simple bar fix but the time put into this project would be worth it. Photo source: Houzz >  When creating a western bar, wood is your best friend. Have custom paneling made with your own brands or other designs, it’s a great way to add personality to your home. Photo source: Houzz >  This bar is my favorite! Mix textures and like metal, marble, stone and wood together for the ultimate rustic and western bar. The birch pieces hanging on the side really add to this space; like I said before, sometimes it’s the accessories that really matter. Photo source: Houzz > Although this is more of a kitchen bar, the chairs add a western vibe to a more modern kitchen. Photo source: Houzz > This corner bar has some really nice accessories. It features a saddle barstool in the middle and a fun cross wall hanging collage. Photo source: Houzz > Exposed beams and lots of weathered wood give this bar a rustic feel. Photo source: Houzz >