A wet bar offers an atmosphere of hospitality but may not be appropriate for all uses of the room. The website of the UK Daily Telegraph recommends using a screen to hide a flat screen TV, and the same strategy that works to hide a small bar furniture. Keep the bar out of sight makes more versatile room. A step back from the small bar furniture and see it from different points of view in the room. Assess how much of what you want to hide.
Extend a tape from one end to the opposite movable along the bar end. Measure twice for accurate measurement wide. Extend a tape measure from the ground to the highest point of the area you want to hide. Alternatively, to measure the top of the cabin itself. Measure twice and note the measurements of the height and width measurement from step 2.
Select a screen in the living folding at the desired height. Buy a screen of at least one foot wider than the area to be screened. Folding screens need to have their folded panels in part to safely withstand. If necessary, buy two folding screens set to hide the small bar furniture completely.