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.
A beautifully detailed wood structure includes ceiling beams, tall columns and an open stair design in this great room. A long wood-topped bar takes a slight curve in front of the floating glass shelves perfect for bottle storage. A row of wooden barstools with neutral leather seats lines the bar.
Two very different looking tables handsomely contrast each other in this connecting space. A very modern circular rolling bar cart made of polished chrome sits in the living room while in the nearby foyer, a tall wood table with an accordion base makes for a stunning entryway.
A transitional home bar opens to a brick and wood stairwell, separated by a glass sheet. Balance Design placed the bar next to the stairs and flat-panel wood cabinets with sleek handles in the bungalow renovation.
Enjoy a glass of wine from this underground barrel-ceiling wine cellar. Brick walls and stone floors create an authentic bar vibe paired with three pendant lights above the four chair bar. Pull up to the rustic, wooden bar and enjoy an evening brew from home.
This beautiful kitchen remodel included the addition of a spacious breakfast bar with taupe quartz countertops. Dark wooden stools line one side of the breakfast bar, providing room for casual dining, while white glass pendant lights hang above.
Floating wood shelves on a wall-mounted mirror add depth to this eclectic wet bar. A cluster of glass-blown pendants illuminate the granite countertops, while black barstools cozy up to the raised bar with purple mosaic tile detail.
A bar cart is the perfect place to match unlikely pairs of glasses. I have never followed the rule of matching finishes, and this is an easy way to buck that trend. Drink mixers and containers are readily available at thrift shops and consignment stores which often have great vintage accessories. In addition to drinkware, you can also add a few buds of bright flowers in your favorite glass or vase.
The rough-hewn walls and brick ceiling lend an old-world elegance to this sitting area off the wine cellar in this 11,400-square-foot California estate. Sleek glass doors and a chic bar cart bridge the old with the new and give a nod to the home's contemporary interior design. A lantern overhead fits the nature of the space.
White brick walls create a rustic backdrop to this contemporary wine bar in Houston’s Upper Kirby District. Floating shelves house wine glasses, while white leather barstools pull up to a quartzite bar with a wood and hexagon tile facade.
A built-in wood bookcase with glass shelves provides a beautiful storage area for books, pictures and other decorative items. Wood molding, which matches the bookcase, connects all angles of the room, disguising a wet bar hidden behind a wood door.
This transitional basement bar features a classic wooden countertop paired with a built-in wine rack and white cabinets, including several with glass-front doors. Industrial-style pendant lights hang over the bar area, while white subway tiles complete the backsplash.
Rustic touches like a wood chandelier and wildlife statues accent this modern bar and dining area. The custom glass bar is clad in Bettiger photo art and the front was created with a 3 form resin for a textured look.