Natural light and light neutral tones give this open floor plan an even grander, spacious look. Warm, red-toned stairs stand out against the beige walls and gray marble floor. A brown leather chaise creates a seating area over a black and white graphic rug. The space moves to the kitchen entry featuring a brick-based bar with cream leather barstools.
Designed for ideal entertaining, gatherings and home comfort, this transitional styled basement features a home theater with built-in cabinets and fireplace, a wet bar with and additional table/seating all framed within several different types of wood and stains.
The bar area is the perfect space for this family to entertain themselves and their guests. Connected to the kitchen through a pass through window, the spaces can easily have food and drinks passed between them, and with access to the wine cellar and a fully stocked bar in this space, it is a great place for a party. Completing the design are a granite topped bar with white accent tiles and several bar stools for seating.
This winery displays their bottles on beautiful shelves with diagonal dividers. A long bar with a light countertop creates room for plenty of pouring. A polished marble floor brings an orange sheen to the room leading to a modern fireplace built into a stone accent panel.
Enjoy the big game from this one-of-a-kind underground barrel-ceiling wine cellar and bar. Stacked stone walls create an authentic vibe paired with rustic pendant lights above blue leather sofas. Sliding barn doors flank the wall-mounted TV and provide hidden storage.
Pendant lights with teardrop glass covers hang above a large kitchen island with white countertop and black base. White bar chairs line one side for a simple eat in area. White cabinets accentuate the spacious design of the room and stainless steel appliances keep with the clean, sleek look.
The stone walls in this large bar space give the feeling of a rustic wine cellar. Other unique features include rounded-corner wine shelves and storage, gorgeous hardwood floors and glass-front cabinets that expose beautiful glassware.
The bar in this home's finished basement sits next to the open windows that lead to the outside bar. The bar has a cement top and is surrounded by unfinished wood to give an industrial feel. A built-in beer tap adds to the unique look of the area.
This open basement provides space for a dining table, bar and sitting area. The yellow walls make the room feel spacious and contrast well with the gray carpet and accents. Contemporary yellow chairs surround a wooden dining table while white leather bar stools look elegant against a gray tufted bar.