An added touch just steps from the kitchen is this custom dry bar with wine rack. The cappuccino stained alder cabinets with frosted glass inserts and stone and glass linear backsplash complete the look.
An oversized geometric chandelier hangs above the the circular extension on the quartzite bar, creating an intimate dining spot in Houston's Beckrew Wine House. The facade of the bar is a mosaic of hexagon tiles, while the backdrop to the space contrasts against the contemporary with a rustic brick accent wall.
Contemporary Gray Wet Bar With Wine Cooler & Open Glassware Storage
Gray smooth finishes and an open design create a timeless look for this contemporary wet bar. Hanging, open shelving allows for easy access to organized glass storage. The darker countertop adds a nice contrast while still keeping with the neutral feel of the room. Large wall murals and warm lighting add sunny color to the space.
This small, contemporary wine bar packs a punch with striking details. Black and white, wall-mounted wine holders create an artful display in this stylish urban space. Exposed light bulbs hang from an eye-catching ceiling fixture and a state-of-the-art wine cooler adds additional storage.
Artful beaded globe pendants light the bar area of a contemporary wine cellar in this casually elegant Newport Beach, California, home. Backsplash tiles and upholstered contemporary barstools bring character and style to the space, while white walls and a wood ceiling add a relaxed vibe that makes the space ideal for entertaining.
Anchored at the end of a large, open floor plan living space is a chic wet bar with barstools. The frameless glass wine room is outlined with bookmatched wood walls and ceilings, creating a space that features the homeowners' sophisticated style and taste.
Gindesigns transformed a previous wine bar into the Beckrew Wine House, in Houston’s Upper Kirby District. Clad in sophisticated quartzite, the bar is lengthened and faces a rustic white brick accent wall with open shelving. The facade of the bar features a mosaic of hexagon tiles and large geometric chandeliers by Adamlamp highlight seating areas.
Transitional Basement Bar With Built-In Wine Storage
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.
Even the tiniest wet bar will be a boon for entertaining if you choose the right spot for it. “It makes sense to fit the bar near the traffic pattern of the party,” says Gretchen Brown, who created this diminutive 3 ½-foot-wide by 2-foot-deep drinks station using custom cabinetry painted in Benjamin Moore’s Snowfall White.
With this dining room, the designers fulfilled the homeowners' request for a more dressed up space for entertaining (there's even wine storage!). On the ceiling, molding in a subtle design offers a fun twist on the traditional coffered ceiling.