An industrial steel and glass wall separates the kitchen from the living and dining space in this transitional townhouse. A row of windows above the kitchen bar opens, so guests can sit and grab a bite to eat or converse with the chef.
Moroccan details mix with transitional elements, creating a modern-Mediterranean style bar that's bright and airy. A navy blue quartz countertop anchors the all-white space. Glass pedant lights and a stone accent wall help define the space from the living room.
Textured white tiles create a subtle yet beautiful backdrop in this modern basement. A custom media cabinet with a sleek waterfall countertop extends into a wet bar, creating the ultimate hangout spot.
For a client who owns a company that manufacturers steel scales, Hufft Projects designed cabinetry that would reflect his business and his life. The gunmetal cabinets are made from galvanized hot-rolled steel with a clear-coat finish over an MDF substrate. They have integrated edge pulls to maintain a clean, seamless appearance.
Looking to use your kitchen island as a breakfast bar but too short on space to make it work? Consider having your countertop material rounded at the edge. This still offers enough overhang for use as an eat-in area, but won't protrude into the kitchen as much as a full square or rectangle.
A lighted waterfall countertop frames the outer edge of the bar, creating a unique and attractive accent. Built-in glass shelves stylishly organize bottles and accessories. Tile flooring, a pearly wall panel and dark beige walls blend together for a beautiful finish.
Thoughtful storage creates an organized and stylish kitchen. Glass-door cabinets are fixed over a built-in, full wet bar set up with wine storage and refrigerator. A waterfall edge island adds eat-in space in the open design, featuring midcentury modern bar chairs.
A large curved bar matches the ceiling shape creating a curved room edge in this spacious kitchen. The natural rock frame adds beautiful texture against the polished granite countertop. Traditional pendant lights with bell bulb covers follow the arch of the ceiling and bar. A wood island in the center of the kitchen features a charcoal gray countertop for extra prep space beyond the eat in area.
Frosted glass and black, flat panel upper cabinets give this bar a chic contemporary look. Leather barstools with chrome bases fit snuggly underneath the waterfall edge countertop, making the space look like it belongs in a supremely stylish, high-end downtown bar.
This modern kitchen takes the waterfall countertop concept one step further, by turning it from a countertop into a table. Paired with midcentury modern dining chairs, this solution makes for a truly unique eat-in kitchen.
The sleek bar area in this Boston townhouse is perfect for entertaining. A trio of barstools pull up to the peninsula clad in a waterfall countertop. Glossy gray tile backsplash adds a bit of shimmer between the contemporary cabinets. Photograph by Andy Caulfield
White ceilings and walls brighten this open space to give it an airy feel. The bar area boasts a navy blue waterfall edge countertop that both anchors and defines that space. Light wood floors unify the separate living spaces.
The navy blue waterfall edge countertop frames the beautiful blue-and-white hand-stamped tile on the bar. Wooden barstools with nailhead details have a modern Moroccan look that enhances the Mediterranean-inspired style of this bar area. A stone accent wall adds texture and interest to break-up the all-white walls and ceilings.