Drinks, anyone? Because the bar is located just off the dining room, the designers used gold wallpaper and black cabinets to make the two spaces look cohesive. A mini fridge keeps wine bottles at the perfect temperature as well.
Entertaining's a breeze when you have a bar cart just around the corner! With its golden shaker, matching ice bucket, wine glasses and more, this piece is ready to roll into the sitting room and serve up some drinks.
This contemporary outdoor living space features a sleek bar perfect for entertaining. To avoid trips back into the house, a shelf was built into the wall for displays and to hold dishes for serving and eating.
The built-in bar provides storage for all the homeowners' entertaining essentials. Designer Casey Noble paints the back of the bar a brilliant orange for a bold burst of color and adds two stools for extra seating.
Painting the paneling and beams white, instead of their former dark brown, brightens and modernizes the living room and bar area. Floors were finished in an ebony stain to further set the stage for lots of colorful accents.
As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, designers Anthony and John created a separate bar area just off the kitchen. To delineate the two spaces, designers used bold, blue cabinets and a gray countertop, creating visual separation from the adjoining kitchen space. Then, they added a three dimensional backsplash and two long shelves for storage. A final bit of decorative flair is added with the sliding barn door that matches the one concealing the pantry.
Built-in shelves with back lighting is a convenient and stylish way to store bottles at a wet bar. The smooth wood cabinets are accented with an illuminated copper-colored frame for an intriguing approach to the bar. Neutral stone tile floors blend the space into the rest of the room.
This Arizona home had an existing Tuscan architectural concept, but the homeowners wanted a modern home that was filled with light. A color palette of white and gray is used to brighten the space, and curvy furniture and light fixtures add movement and a modern edge to space.
A stylish wet bar off the formal living room provides relaxed access while entertaining and feels more like a built-in component than a typical bar. Using a tufted bar bench instead of stools adds to the feeling of unassuming complexity and sophistication.