The inspiration for this space was the marriage of a Steampunk Diva to a Whiskey drinking Irishman. With a little bit of funk and a little bit of rough and rowdy textures the space mixes class with crass.
The keynote feature in this pub-style dining room is the integrated bar with restaurant quality beer taps that can serve up to four different craft beers. Historic character is added with stamped-tin ceiling tiles, while a statement-making chandelier adds an elegant touch.
Wood and brick blend with glass and stainless steel to create a party-ready backyard where modern and rustic elements combine. The space blurs the line between indoors and out, with a wood-burning fireplace and a fully functioning kitchen complete with a sink and beer tap.
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.
The island in this outdoor kitchen is on casters, providing flexibility and extra seating for the party-ready space. A pergola is sheltered by towering greenery that offers extra shade. Stainless steel appliances tie in with the metal barstools, and a sink and beer tap provide the ultimate in outdoor entertaining convenience.
This outdoor kitchen is party-ready and comes complete with stainless steel appliances, a sink and even a beer tap. The L-shaped concrete counter provides ample space for cooking, and a mobile island offers both seating and additional room for spreading out party supplies. A glass and wood structure shelters the space and creates a backsplash.
From restaurants to live music and breweries to festivals, there’s always something going on in downtown Tallahassee. Springtime Tallahassee, one of the major annual festivals, attracts over 27,000 out-of-town visitors and features music, parades, a children’s park, food, arts and crafts and more. Barrel by barrel, Tallahassee’s beer scene is growing. Grab a brew at The Brass Tap, and give yourself plenty of time to peruse the beer list which consists of over 130 taps and 300 beers.
As seen on HGTV's hit show Cousins on Call, John and Anthony have turned this uninviting space into one that is perfect for entertainment. Details like the built-in tap for beer makes the space a perfect place for a party or a lazy Saturday afternoon.
Before: This drink cart is being used as a glorified bookshelf in this living room. Why not tap into the true entertaining potential of an elegant cart like this one, and set it up for winter entertaining with a selection of beautiful bottles of liquor, your favorite wine—nicely displayed—and some gorgeous, light-catching glassware?
Use the short trimmed section of the previous row to start the next row. This will ensure the joints between planks in a row are staggered from the joints in adjoining rows. The laminated flooring in this project has a soundproof backing and wood finish. It snaps together by lining up the planks at an angle and then flattening out the row being installed. To save the edges of the flooring boards, use a tapping block or rubber mallet to tap adjoining rows together. This will prevent damage to the tongue or groove with the hammer.