A rich red rug helps mark out this sitting area, complemented by a beautiful midcentury modern coffee table and a cool stacking book shelf. A colorful painting of vintage soda bottles unifies the space.
Shelf lighting illuminating the liquor bottles adds a colorful and decorative look to this bar. A painted brick accent wall features bold lettering and compliments the neutral and black tones in the room. Green bar chairs line the bar for a clean, contemporary finish.
Owls have the reputation of being wise. Honor the grad with this witty owl Mason jar made out of a graduation hat box, paint, bottle caps, felt and googly eyes. Fill the jar with cash, a gift card or another thoughtful gift for him or her.
Spray paint empty wine bottles gold to create your own beautiful menorah centerpiece. You’ll need one bottle for each of the eight nights of Hanukkah as well as a larger bottle for the Shamash candle, which is used to light the other candles.
Built in upper cabinetry provides additional storage over the bottle display and L-shaped countertop of this bar. Green bar chairs line both sides of the bar for maximum seating capacity. Hardwood floors and a painted brick accent wall keep the color scheme light and fitted for the dim atmosphere of the room.
As a focal point to the end of the dining room, a large painting draws the eye down the length of the space, bringing more nature inside. More reclaimed materials are featured - a table made from reclaimed wood and lamps made of found bottles.
You’d be surprised how many items you toss into your recycling bin each week can actually be used as wedding decor. Use spray paint, glitter, fabric, lace and more to transform glass jars and bottles into stunning wedding decorations that won’t break the bank.
A gold splatter paint effect on the accent mirror wall compliments the metallic doors on the contemporary buffet fitted into this nook. The wood frame of the buffet offers a warmth against the gray and metallic finishes. A table lamp and red glass bottles decorate the countertop.
This room housed a piano and was rarely being used when we began this project. Due to the growing collection of wine, we were inspired to turn this into the ultimate wine tasting room. We designed a custom wine storage tasting island with waterfall sides, figured walnut bottle storage and bar service stations, painted the walls a deeper shade of gray for a more intimate atmosphere and completed it with a caviar style pendant.
To continue green in this seating area, the walls are hand-glazed in a non-VOC paint using three layers. The sofa is covered in cotton and filled with recycled bottles made into cushions. HGTV Design Star contestant Blanche Garcia also brings in antique chairs and tables, the perfect way to stay sustainable and glamorous.
The basement bar uses space that would otherwise be empty square footage. A custom bar aligns with the stair treads and is the same wood and finish as the steps. A dark charcoal wall is a complementary accent to the light gray paint. Glass subway tile adds a simple pattern to the space and open shelving keeps bottles organized and accessible.
On this wall, designers used some of the homeowner's keepsakes (including vintage candleholders) as the starting point for a pretty display. The salvaged shelf on the radiator was sanded, clear coated, then embellished with gold foil. The little glass bottles on top were dipped in white paint, the embellished with gold foil as well.