Rather than use wallpaper to achieve a patterned effect in this San Diego tea and juice bar, designer Corrine Maggio hired a graffiti artist to paint a black-and-charcoal design and tag the wall with the bar's name.
Keeping with the natural color palette of the desert environment, this corner of the main salon hides a wet bar featuring hand carved wood. Turning what could be an ordinary and purely functional part of the room into a design feature is a selection of art and accessories that ranges from black and white photographs to charcoal drawings, along with a selection of bones, statues and jewelry. Together they help to accent the desert motif and the world-traveling vibe of the space.
This upstairs kitchen and bar design highlights the dramatic views of the city. Finishes include custom stone flooring, modern stainless appliances, oversized island for small or large gatherings and a stunning wine fridge, fully stocked.
Warm, rustic wood meets industrial and urban design features in this San Diego tea bar. Just as the eating bar features reclaimed wood on black, iron legs, the accent wall blends a black-and-charcoal graffiti design above wood paneling for continuity in design.
Rustic meets urban design at Bobalicious, a tea bar located in San Diego, Calif. Though the seating area is trimmed in urban decor such as a graffiti wall design and tin ceiling, the service area is given a warm touch with the help of rustic wood paneling.
Transitioning from one area to the next is seamless and stylish in the open design of this modern home. Pink orchids placed in each section bring a cohesive decorative feel. A modern white marble island has an elevated bar with black leather barstools to create an eat-in feel. Stainless steel details in the kitchen are echoed in the back rests of the dining chairs.
The breakfast bar adds seating for four at the kitchen counter. Since the kitchen and dining room are connected by the open floor plan of the home's main spaces, this breakfast bar also acts as an extension of that space as well.
Carved out of a non-functional wall space, an intimate bar and serving area was designed for a family that entertains guests. A mirror wall continues the design from behind the couch while making the space feel bigger. Two ottomans were added for extra seating; they can be tucked away under the serving table when not in use.
Bar cart style continues to be the epitome of cool in interior design. And nothing celebrates the classic style better than the warm metallic sheen and fetching design of this piece. Another vintage find, it’s perfect for everyday use.