Two very different looking tables handsomely contrast each other in this connecting space. A very modern circular rolling bar cart made of polished chrome sits in the living room while in the nearby foyer, a tall wood table with an accordion base makes for a stunning entryway.
A round ruffle-framed mirror anchors the wall above a rustic wine and liquor storage cabinet with shelving for glassware and bar accessories. Industrial and vintage accents play together in this functional and efficient space highlighted by yellow trellis wallpaper.
Just like the kiss sculptures on the countertop, we embrace the color and style of this Brentwood kitchen designed by Jackson Paige Interiors! The teal backsplash tile makes a grand statement and complements the blue-patterned window treatment without having to use a carbon-copy color. The style of the off-white cabinetry helps to accentuate its subtle coastal design, along with the dark tones of the kitchen island and round bar stools that also add depth to the space.
A circular bar makes great use of an unusual space at the foot of a romantic wooden staircase. Metallic tile transitions to stone, visually separating the inner bar from the guest-friendly area. Arched windows and an arched doorway continue the curved design of the stairs and bar.
The Horse Bar at The Country Club at DC Ranch is an intimate bar and lounge with neutral walls and brickwork. Round tables are surrounded by comfy wicker chairs with orange leather and southwestern-inspired pillows. A large black-and-white horse mural is the showpiece of the bar.
This bar features an adjacent sitting area complete with a pair of brown leather sofas and a round upholstered coffee table. Blue curtains provides a pop of color, while neutral grasscloth wallpaper adds texture. Black stools line the bar.
Round white tables and a built-in bar creates plenty of seating in this contemporary, and white dining area. Subtle, toile wallpaper and shiny, gold bar stools are fun, unexpected accents that brighten up the crisp, neutral space.
This spacious traditional kitchen features a pairing of cherry stained cabinets and antique glazed white cabinets, as well as a wet bar, round glass dining table and crystal chandelier. A breakfast bar with neutral granite countertops provides stools for additional dining space.
To replicate this Old World farmhouse look, wrap a plain drop-down header in cedar to create the appearance of an antique beam, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta. Rustic lighting fixtures and rush-seat bar stools round out the farmhouse design.