Maker’s Mark is working with interior designer Orlando Soria to redesign your home bar


You and a friend can get a free bar makeover in the Remarkable Home Bar Contest. Maker’s Mark recently teamed up with celebrity interior designer Orlando Soria to enable the competition and is inviting customers to nominate a friend for the chance to win two bespoke home bar remodels this summer.

“Over the past year we have all come to appreciate the art of an excellent homemade cocktail, but what makes a cocktail hour so enjoyable is not just what’s in your glass,” said Rob Samuels, whiskey maker and managing director at 8 Generation at Maker’s Mark, in a prepared statement. “It’s about all the personal details – from the room you enjoy it in to the company you enjoy it with. In line with Orlando’s great taste, we are honored to help one of our fans and someone who has played a notable role in their life create the perfect Maker’s Hour. “

Until June 9th, fans can call out a remarkable person in their life who they would indulge in a Maker’s Hour. A winning duo will receive personal advice and installations of two custom bar rooms. Both bars reflect each other with complementary functions and design. This way, the couple can have a drink together – physically or through a virtual call.

the Remarkable Home Bar Contest (Image via Maker’s Mark)

“Good interior design in any room is about creating a space where you feel like you are living your best life and I am very excited to be working with Maker’s Mark to do so with two bar rooms where it feels like pampering yourself, of course, ”said Soria. “I want to use these designs to help whiskey drinkers connect at home like they would in a high-end bar.”

To participate, fans must tweet @MakersMark and say in 280 characters or less why your friend should get a bar redesign. The company then selects a winning duo and coordinates the construction times.

Each bar will be fully equipped with bar seating for up to four people, bottle displays, accent pieces, functional drinks equipment and lighting.


Janet Smith