A trio of rustic reclaimed wood shelves fit into a gorgeous wine bar n the great room of the 2017 Design House, a fundraiser for the Historic Macon Foundation in Georgia. Designer Sally Draughon displayed glass goblets and tumblers with a bottle ready for entertaining with ease.
White brick walls create a rustic backdrop to this contemporary wine bar in Houston’s Upper Kirby District. Floating shelves house wine glasses, while white leather barstools pull up to a quartzite bar with a wood and hexagon tile facade.
A temperature-controlled wine tasting room features rustic brick walls, built-in wine racks and octagonal tile flooring. In the center of the room is a wine barrel table paired with leather-and-wood bar stools.
Prefer easy access to your wine while entertaining? This wine bar tutorial opens up a dresser with two big wooden racks perfect for perusing your vino collection. Blogger Meagan Brockway of The Charming Farmer shows you how it's done.
This transitional basement bar features a classic wooden countertop paired with a built-in wine rack and white cabinets, including several with glass-front doors. Industrial-style pendant lights hang over the bar area, while white subway tiles complete the backsplash.
Sleek wooden chairs in contemporary style surround a long, rustic table in this modern, industrial wine bar in Houston, Tex. Black pendant lights feature a metallic interior casting a golden hue on the space.
On the other side of the room, a wooden unit with shelves and cabinets creates a custom bar area. Here, cupboards and a cooler keep the owners' favorite glasses and bottles of wine close for entertaining.