The bar in Bracero Cocina de Raiz is lined with cast concrete tiles designed in a geometric agave pattern. The bar exemplifies the dynamic blend of Southwestern and industrial styles seen throughout the restaurant.
This open kitchen branches features a glass-top bar that extends beyond the kitchen island and sits on a concrete base. Dark cabinetry, sleek pendants and a mosaic backsplash add sophisticated accents.
This backyard sanctuary was designed to be a peaceful space for grilling, dining, entertaining, drinking and relaxing. The space features a grill, outdoor refrigerator, concrete counters, a bar area, outdoor furniture, a small cedar pergola, tempered glass panels and a fire pit.
Contemporary leather sofas create a lounge area for conversation, while black leather barstools cozy up to a stained concrete bar with penny tile facade. Rustic brick walls are paired with simple white walls and a penny tile backsplash that features a whimsical alphabet.
Penny tiles are used behind the stained concrete bar to create a cool backsplash display with the alphabet. Rows of wine glass racks flank each side for the bartender's handy access. Black leather barstools pull up to the bar, which also features a sleek penny tile facade.
A long dining table with copper insets is surrounded by sleek contemporary chairs, creating family-style seating in this Houston, Tex., wine bar. Black leather sofas are used for comfy lounge areas, while a stained concrete bar makes for a cool, industrial spot for grabbing a drink.
Fashioned from raw concrete blocks characteristic of the Mexican landscape, this taqueria bar is vertically bordered with a bold yellow “stepped” bar top, a feature inspired by Mayan ruins and tailored specifically to the space. Vibrant colors express vitality and excitement.