To make a big farmhouse statement in your kitchen, use old wood in places where you might otherwise use drywall or new trim and molding. In this rustic kitchen, the bar or island is covered in reclaimed wood, selected by Athens Building Co. Rustic stools complete the effect.
Matching umbrellas keep the outdoor bar and dining area covered in this outdoor living space designed by Overstream in Charlotte, N.C. The company used Belgard products for the kitchen, patio and a fireplace manufactured by Adams Building Supply.
Wood, stone and granite combine to create this Pennsylvania outdoor living room with bar seating and appliances, such as a grill and smoker. The outdoor kitchen features a truss and timber frame design by Mid-Atlantic Timberframes.
This light green kitchen features exposed beam ceilings paired with a blend of medium grain and dark wood cabinetry. The open floor plan allows for easy transition between the kitchen and dining spaces, as well as a bar area with black wooden bar stools. Earth-toned slate tiles cover the floor.
The dining room comes with this ready-to-entertain bar area. There's a Subzero beverage chiller with racks for wine and drawers for soda, beers and water. The cabinetry matches that of the kitchen for a cohesive look between rooms.
Wrap-around countertops and rugged stone accents add texture throughout this rustic kitchen. Outfitted with a rolling island, industrial pendant lights and an eat-in breakfast bar, the space is open yet cozy.
Beyond offering a place to mix drinks, a wet bar can play an important design role in a home with an open layout, linking the kitchen workspace with the entertaining areas of the house. Here, designer Amy Darooge used rustic materials to create a coherent style throughout. She chose distressed wood cabinetry, a copper sink and faucet, and “the material on the counter is walnut with a live ledge,” she says.
A rustic covered outdoor kitchen in Dallas goes big with a bar and metal pendants. Fun features include light green appliances and western-themed accessories in the outdoor living space designed by Evan Ratcliff with Key Residential.
After taking down a kitchen wall, designers added a breakfast bar for additional seating. Soft sheepskin throws cover old wooden stools for a cool look and extra comfort, while taupe colored painted cabinets complete the neutral look of the space.