This neutral, traditional dining room features storage galore! A wet bar offers cabinet storage for serving items and functions well for any entertainment need. A farmhouse table pairs well with tailored, upholstered and tufted chairs, giving the overall room an elegant, yet comfortable vibe.
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.
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Loads of light pour into this family room and wet bar area thanks to hidden skylights that let the light shine in. Built-in bookshelves and cozy seating make this an ideal spot for reading and/or enjoying a cocktail.
A polished marble backsplash lines this chic wet bar that echoes the brown-and-white palette of the adjoining modern living room with wood cabinetry and soft white countertops. The bar is also equipped with a wine refrigerator, open shelving and plenty of storage space.
Relax in style in this spacious, contemporary living room, which features a gray velvet sectional, tufted gray leather ottoman and brown armchair. A stylish wet bar nearby makes this a great space for entertaining.
This one-of-a-kind estate in Houston, TX, features a rustic chic vibe in the living space, with a creamy, brick accent wall and wood-burning fireplace, stainless steel wet bar, and wall of steel and glass exterior doors letting in stunning views of the nearby patio.
Just off the Club Room, floor-to-ceiling cabinets and a large sink create a custom wet bar. Blue glasses and accessories complement the seafoam-colored backsplash and add a coastal touch to the setting.
Susan Brunstrum designed the corner of this great room to accommodate the second floor staircase and a built-in wet bar for entertaining. The dark wood tones in these pieces contrast nicely with the neutral hues of the walls, window treatments and occasional furniture pieces.
The corner of the dining room was outfitted with custom cabinetry and a spot for entertaining. In addition to the concealed wine rack, the wet bar boasts a fully-integrated dishwasher and garbage disposal.