These interior ideas will make you feel as if you live in an actual gin bar

As anyone who loves visiting gin bars will tell you, just stepping through the door can be an experience in itself. Gin palaces are synonymous with luxurious Victorian style. Think velvet, lavish décor, jewel tones, leaf-print and gold details.

The good news is now you don’t have to step a foot outside your home. These gin bar interior ideas can bring warmth and just that a little bit of quirk to your living room. Simply wheel in the bar trolley, stock up your drinks cabinet and put your feet up on your new velvet pouffe as we recommend you some amazing products that will transform your room into an actual gin bar.

Best for… treating your guests to a gin afternoon tea

Hollywood Sandwich Plate, Marks & Spencers, £19.50

Best for… shaking up your cocktails in style

copper set

5pcs Copper Cocktail Set, Ebay, £15.95

Best for… inviting your friends around for a tipple or two

cocktail bar

Miami style drinks bar, Ebay, £299.99 

Best for… putting your feet up after a hard day (gin in hand of course)

Plymouth Large Ottoman, £289, Swoon Editions 

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Best for… updating your tired chairs with a little gin bar magic


velvet pillow

Quilted velvet cushion, £30, Oliver Bonas 

Best for… opening your bottle up like a character from Downtown Abbey

bottle opener

Bird bottle opener,  £6, Debenhams 

Best for… wheeling out your finest gins


Astoria Grand Trolley, £97.99, Wayfair


Best for… pretending you are gin palace royalty


Tula Chair, Next, £250 

Best for… adding quirk to your lighting

Gold pineapple table lamp, £64, Debenhams 

Best for… adding the finishing details to your room



Orchid in Geo Pot, £29.50, Marks & Spencers 

Best for… impressing your fellow gin friends at a dinner party


Metal napkin holder, £6.99, H&M


Ashleigh Gibbs