Cocktails are served from this lovely, gold bar cart with glass shelves, which can be wheeled into the dining room when needed there. Gold bamboo-framed botanical print artwork hangs above the bar cart to complete the timeless look.
Designers created a glamorous bar for this apartment with low-iron, Starfire glass shelves. The room's full-size dining table can double as a kitchen island when the bench on the kitchen side is tucked out of the way.
A beautiful wood wet bar pops against the bright, white walls. Floating glass shelves layer storage in the wood for organized and attractive storage. A green-tinted marble backsplash complements the neutral marble of the floor tile.
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.
Install glass shelving to stock up a bar and display favorite bottles and garnishes. For an inexpensive industrial feature, Carlton Walker and Tony McNeal of McNeal Walker Interiors repurposed an old metal kitchen light with a cage purchased at a Habitat for Humanity ReStore.
A wet bar rests in the back of the living space. This bar has bleached walnut cabinets and a marble countertop to keep the space feeling modern and sophisticated, but to make this area really pop, designers added a honey onyx backsplash with back lighting and floating star fire glass shelves, allowing this to be the focal point of the room, illuminating the living space.