Cherry stained cabinets are the hallmark of this kitchen wet bar, featuring three glass-front cabinets, a neutral granite countertop, a wine cooler and two large pantries. A small dining area with a round glass table and crystal chandelier provides the perfect space for casual entertaining.
The wet bar in this contemporary kitchen has a backsplash made up of white subway tile and stainless steel inserts. The sleek horizontal cabinet hardware mimics the lines of the backsplash, while the stainless steel wine fridge matches the glass-front stainless steel cabinets above.
This classically styled kitchen features a spacious wet bar with light gray cabinetry and gray granite countertops. Decorative red wallpaper adds a rich accent, while a small sink and wine cooler make it easy to prep drinks and other kitchen items.
A beverage center and wine fridge are convenient additions to this contemporary kitchen, making it perfect for entertaining. The sleek space is accented with rustic wood elements for added visual interest.
White Cottage Kitchen With Wet Bar and Built-In Desk
The prep area in this cottage style kitchen is situated on either side of the wet bar. Classic blue and white dishes are displayed in the glass cabinets above, while a built-in desk uses space wisely as a small home office.
Built in Kitchen Wet Bar with Gray Marble Countertop, Glass Door Cabinets and Herringbone Wood Floor
Built into the staircase wall this wet bar set up features ample cabinetry for maximum storage. A gold faucet pops against the gray marble countertop, white cabinetry and white coffered ceiling. A herringbone hardwood floor adds a touch of warmth to the bright room.
Wet Bar With Marine-Blue Tile and Mirrored Backsplash
Deep blue mosaic tiles surround an inset mirror in this cottage kitchen wet bar. The mirror lends the illusion of expanding the room and directs light around so that the bar doesn't become a visual dark hole.
Located just off of the kitchen, this wet bar features ample cabinet space, including ones with a glass front that neatly showcase glassware. A marble tile backsplash is arranged in a herringbone pattern to create texture..
This remodeled kitchen was once dark and boring, but not anymore. Now, the homeowners can enjoy a timeless kitchen with a pop of color! The subtle pop of orange in the window frames and glass cabinets was a way to give this kitchen a pop - without making it out of style.
A butler’s pantry was typically placed in a hallway between the kitchen and dining room and were used to store china but now they more frequently used as a wet bar. A sink, wine cooler and bar for liquors and this bar is ready for the homeowners and guests, whether it’s to perk up in the morning or mix a happy-hour cocktail.
Easy kitchen access was created with this wrap around wet bar and pass-through window from kitchen into family room. Entertaining is made easier by creating this long bar space that includes bookcases and glass front cabinets.
The kitchen is also large enough to accommodate a dedicated wet bar. "We wanted to include a lot of storage in this area to accommodate the owners glassware collection," says Kay. To best show it off, they chose glass cabinets and an antique mirror backsplash. "[This] adds some sparkle and light to this area of the kitchen."