Perfect for entertaining, this custom bar is conveniently located next to the billiard's room. Outfitted with a colorful countertop, gold backsplash and plenty of storage space, this is one place your guests will never want to leave.
Textured white tiles create a subtle yet beautiful backdrop in this modern basement. A custom media cabinet with a sleek waterfall countertop extends into a wet bar, creating the ultimate hangout spot.
A large central island provides ample storage in this open kitchen. The custom terrazzo-blend island countertop features repurposed glass bottle shards from nearby restaurants for a personalized touch. Contrasting tumbled travertine and glass mosaic tile add depth and definition to this kitchen's warm color palette.
This unique, marble sink -- shaped somewhat like a fish -- is right at home in a beach house. The sink is built with a recessed prep space, which has a lip to prevent liquids from seeping onto the countertops. It's a perfect spot to cut flowers, slice fruit or pour lemonade into glasses from a too-full pitcher.
The glass-front wood cabinets in this traditional bar area are perfect for displaying pretty drink ware. The leather upholstered barstools and classic marble countertops help the bar area maintain elegance and timelessness.
This custom drawer features an integrated paper towel holder. There is a space behind for two extra paper towel rolls for quick reloading. This design contributes to keeping the countertops as uncluttered and open as possible.
For the small sacrifice of 20.5 inches of countertop width, you can turn your kitchen into your own custom microbrewery. The PicoBrew Zymatic® allows craft beer enthusiasts to brew whatever styles they choose at home — and track data from their brewing sessions via smartphone app. Brewing ingredients in the machine takes around four hours, followed by a fermentation and chilling period of up to three weeks in a separate keg.
Dark cabinetry lends a clubhouse feel to this transitional Colorado kitchen, while sleek, modern touches like the elevated glass countertop add glamour and interest. The roomy, built-in wine fridge is a custom touch.
Natural light streams into this contemporary chef's kitchen, highlighting its creamy, white Carrara countertop and backsplash. Custom, craftsmen cabinetry in deep espresso frames the bright marble surfaces to create a stunning contrast.
A multi-tiered kitchen island countertop accommodates shorter members of the family. The kitchen is lit by a custom steel fixture designed by architect Jordan Iverson and overlooks a nearby sitting area.
Warm wood tones, a custom copper hood and hand-painted Mexican tiles complement the Latin American artwork in this contemporary kitchen. The dynamic curved shape of the island is mimicked in the granite eating bar and curved shelves of the message/organization center.