The chef is never far from the grill or the company while cooking in this luxurious outdoor kitchen. The natural tones of the beautiful ledgestone bar and granite counter top work handsomely with the espresso, woven wicker barstools and stunning glass tile backsplash.
Shelf lighting illuminating the liquor bottles adds a colorful and decorative look to this bar. A painted brick accent wall features bold lettering and compliments the neutral and black tones in the room. Green bar chairs line the bar for a clean, contemporary finish.
According to designer Lauren Bland, the homeowner's young son picked out the fossilized stone for the coffee bar's countertop. When visitors come by, he introduces them to each of the ancient creatures that appear in the stone.
A brown marble bar countertop is topped with stylish, minimalist place settings creating an eat in area. Modern white chairs compliment the white place setting details and white surrounding walls. An in-bar stove and glass wall paneling complete the modern look of this kitchen.
Perfect for entertaining, this custom bar is conveniently located next to the billiard's room. Outfitted with a colorful countertop, gold backsplash and plenty of storage space, this is one place your guests will never want to leave.
Even the wine racks get in on the design statement action. Swirls of color make a radiant backdrop and the wine bottles themselves are suspended on sculptural squiggles. The bar's brown speckled countertop echoes the look of cowhide.
An industrial steel and glass wall separates the kitchen from the living and dining space in this transitional townhouse. A row of windows above the kitchen bar opens, so guests can sit and grab a bite to eat or converse with the chef.
Beyond offering a place to mix drinks, a wet bar can play an important design role in a home with an open layout, linking the kitchen workspace with the entertaining areas of the house. Here, designer Amy Darooge used rustic materials to create a coherent style throughout. She chose distressed wood cabinetry, a copper sink and faucet, and “the material on the counter is walnut with a live ledge,” she says.
As seen on HGTV's Love It Or List It, Too, Designer Jillian Harris took a tiny kitchen and increased the square footage by removing the wall separating the kitchen from the living room. Jillian created an island to make up for the removal of the front dining area, opening up the space to entertain. The island countertop is a durable Caesar stone in Stone Grey.
Get a modern classic look with affordable elements, like a black silestone countertop instead of higher-priced granite or marble, and cheerful furniture. These yellow barstools, which cost $260 for a pair, have a durable plastic seat to handle spills and messes.
The custom bar uses every square foot to maximize entertaining and work space. Gray walls, a wood countertop and white cabinetry blend beautifully, and pendant lights keep the space bright. In the toy room beyond, built-in storage keeps the space organized.
Moroccan details mix with transitional elements, creating a modern-Mediterranean style bar that's bright and airy. A navy blue quartz countertop anchors the all-white space. Glass pedant lights and a stone accent wall help define the space from the living room.
A lighted waterfall countertop frames the outer edge of the bar, creating a unique and attractive accent. Built-in glass shelves stylishly organize bottles and accessories. Tile flooring, a pearly wall panel and dark beige walls blend together for a beautiful finish.