Storage and Style in Bar Area Connected to Dining Room
Just off the dining room in this home, designers added a bar space to make entertaining easier for these homeowners. Although a small space, it is both stylish and functional, from its metallic penny round tile backsplash to its glass paneled cabinets for storing drink glasses to the multiplicity of cabinets and prep sink, this space is perfect for mixing drinks and setting up hours d'oeuvres it looks great, too!
Vermilion-colored walls paired with teal bedding add a bright punch in a windowless corner of this bunk room, perfect for sleepovers. Built-in drawers below the lower bunks create spots to tuck away clothes.
The same coral paint used in this entryway carries on throughout the great room, making all areas work cohesively. The white wainscoting helps tone down the saturation of the coral while also protecting the walls from everyday wear and tear in and out of the front door.
Mid-Staircase View of Second Floor and the Gray Tray Ceiling With White Frame Design and Lampshade Chandelier
A look up the remaining stairs showcases the decorative tray ceiling above the second story of this home. The inner gray section compliments the charcoal gray walls below. A white frame paneling design adds a decorative touch along with the lampshade chandelier.
The chic buffet features a textured facade and curvy chrome legs. Beachy accessories, like a soothing artwork and shells decorating a sleek white table lamp, reflect the oceanfront penthouse surroundings.
In addition to a wine cellar, this luxury home comes with its own lounge and wet bar. In turn, the owners can easily host intimate gatherings with close friends and large-scale parties without ever leaving their property.
This sunlit entryway receives another dose of color with a painted front door. The blue hue, combined with coral and rope accents, suggest a subtle nautical theme. Urn pendants and a curved ceiling add further character to the transitional space.
A clean and organized dry bar is a great option for a small nook. Here, a wine refrigerator and cabinet create the base of the bar. Above, built-in shelving and glass-front cabinets provide wine bottle and glass storage.
To create the look and feel of an entryway although the home is completely lacking in one, a properly scaled console table was placed just inside the door to hold keys, mail and wallets. The space above is used to hold jackets, scarves and bags while the space below houses baskets for shoes, boots and pet supplies.
A simple bar area is functional for any kitchen or open living space. Cabinets add storage, while extra counter space is perfect for mixing drinks while entertaining. It can also serve as a breakfast or brunch bar for morning gatherings.
An arched front door opens into this entryway with soothing pale gray walls and warm hardwood floor. A narrow console table provides a place to drop keys and a clear glass candy jar provides welcoming treats while adding color to the space.
Black-painted walls give this nook a cozy vibe while complementing the narrow rustic bar waiting to welcome guests. Wall shelves offer convenient storage, while a collection of vintage mirrors visually enlarges the space.
This vestibule combines warm finishes with rich textiles and artwork to create an intimate space. The custom-designed double doors pocket carefully into back-lit niches and offer a dramatic entrance to the art studio, which sits at the back of the house like a hidden gem.