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Anchorage
Anchorage
Katharine Jessica Interior Design, LLC
Photo of a small transitional single-wall wet bar in New York with no sink, recessed-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, solid surface benchtops, grey splashback, mosaic tile splashback and dark hardwood floors.
Window Treatments
Window Treatments
Haft International, Inc.
Photo of a small traditional bar cart in New York with glass benchtops and light hardwood floors.
Mid Century Portland
Mid Century Portland
risa boyer architecture
Lincoln Barbour
Mid-sized midcentury l-shaped wet bar in Portland with flat-panel cabinets, beige floor, light wood cabinets, an undermount sink, concrete floors and white benchtop.
Bar Basics
Bar Basics
The Home Depot
Small spaces can entertain in big style with a flawlessly festive bar cart. This chic gold cart and copper ice bucket reflect the sparkle of the sculptural, low-profile martini glasses. The cart’s casters make it easy to move the party to any room. Shop the products below and add to your barware collection.
Artisan Model- Starr Homes
Artisan Model- Starr Homes
Dwell Interiors, LLC
Starr Homes
This is an example of a contemporary galley seated home bar in Dallas with flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, white splashback, light hardwood floors, beige floor and white benchtop.
Reclaimed Shiplap Backsplash with Reclaimed Floating Wood Shelves
Reclaimed Shiplap Backsplash with Reclaimed Floating Wood Shelves
Denise Quade Design
A bar was built in to the side of this family room to showcase the homeowner's Bourbon collection. Reclaimed wood was used to add texture to the wall and the same wood was used to create the custom shelves. A bar sink and paneled beverage center provide the functionality the room needs. The paneling on the other walls are all original to the home.
Sports Bar
Sports Bar
Mattingly Thaler Architecture
Peter Medilek
Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional l-shaped wet bar in San Francisco with an undermount sink, beaded inset cabinets, dark wood cabinets, copper benchtops, ceramic splashback and dark hardwood floors.
Flat of the Hill House
Flat of the Hill House
Hickox Williams Architects, Inc.
Inspiration for a tropical wet bar in Boston with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, light hardwood floors and beige floor.
The Rock and Roll Barn
The Rock and Roll Barn
Roughing It In Style
This pub table fits perfectly in this corner nook with six of our whiskey barrel bar stools surrounding a custom designed Beatles pub table that our client's friend sourced and created.
Cozy Library
Cozy Library
Olga Adler
Inspiration for a traditional wet bar in Other with dark hardwood floors, a drop-in sink, shaker cabinets and medium wood cabinets.
Contemporary Luxury Home
Contemporary Luxury Home
Cantabria Homes, Inc.
Photo by Rudy Gutierrez
Photo of a mid-sized contemporary u-shaped seated home bar in Phoenix with flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, soapstone benchtops, black splashback, stone slab splashback, ceramic floors and an undermount sink.
Portfolio
Portfolio
Hirsch Custom Cabinets, Inc.
Photo of a contemporary single-wall seated home bar in Los Angeles with flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets and quartzite benchtops.
Modern Classic Reimagined
Modern Classic Reimagined
George Clemens Architecture
This is an example of a home bar in Cleveland.
Torrey Pine
Torrey Pine
The Living Door
Design ideas for a large industrial seated home bar in Other with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, quartz benchtops, multi-coloured splashback, timber splashback, concrete floors, blue floor and black benchtop.
Hidden Treasure - Wet Bar
Hidden Treasure - Wet Bar
Robby & Lisa Griffin Design
Designed By: Robby & Lisa Griffin Photios By: Desired Photo
Inspiration for a small contemporary single-wall wet bar in Houston with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, beige cabinets, marble benchtops, brown splashback, glass tile splashback, light hardwood floors and brown floor.
Simple Elegance
Simple Elegance
Adams + Beasley Associates
A complete full gut remodel of a 4,000 sq ft two-story penthouse residence, this project featured one of a kind views of the Boston public garden and Beacon Hill. A large central gallery flooded with gorgeous diffused light through two full stories of window glass. Clean linear millwork details compliment the structural glass, steel and walnut balustrades and handrailings that grace the upper gallery, reading nook, and stairs. A bleached walnut wet bar with backlit honey onyx backsplash and floating star fire glass shelves illuminated the lower gallery. It was part of a larger motif, which resonated through each of the unique and separate living spaces, connecting them to the larger design intention. A bleached walnut media room doubles as a fourth bedroom. It features a king size murphy bed seamlessly integrated into the full wall panel. A gracious shower in the adjoining bathroom, cleverly concealed behind an innocuous interior door, created a truly unique formal powder room that can reveal a full bath when the house is full of guests. A blend of warm wood, soft whites, and a palate of golds reflected in the stone (calacatta/onyx) textiles and wall coverings, this project demonstrates the powerful results of a consistent design intention, thoughtful engineering, and best practice construction as executed by our talented team of craftsmen and women. Interior Design - Lewis Interiors Photography - Eric Roth
2015 Award of Excellence - 2
2015 Award of Excellence - 2
Natural Stone Institute
When United Marble Fabricators was hired by builders Adams & Beasley Associates to furnish, fabricate, and install all of the stone and tile in this unique two-story penthouse within the Four Seasons in Boston’s Back Bay, the immediate focus of nearly all parties involved was more on the stunning views of Boston Common than of the stone and tile surfaces that would eventually adorn the kitchen and bathrooms. That entire focus, however, would quickly shift to the meticulously designed first floor wet bar nestled into the corner of the two-story living room. Lewis Interiors and Adams & Beasley Associates designed a wet bar that would attract attention, specifying ¾ inch Honey Onyx for the bar countertop and full-height backsplash. LED panels would be installed behind the backsplash to illuminate the entire surface without creating any “hot spots” traditionally associated with backlighting of natural stone. As the design process evolved, it was decided that the originally specified glass shelves with wood nosing would be replaced with PPG Starphire ultra-clear glass that was to be rabbeted into the ¾ inch onyx backsplash so that the floating shelves would appear to be glowing as they floated, uninterrupted by moldings of any other materials. The team first crafted and installed the backsplash, which was fabricated from shop drawings, delivered to the 15th floor by elevator, and installed prior to any base cabinetry. The countertops were fabricated with a 2 inch mitered edge with an eased edge profile, and a 4 inch backsplash was installed to meet the illuminated full-height backsplash. The spirit of collaboration was alive and well on this project as the skilled fabricators and installers of both stone and millwork worked interdependently with the singular goal of a striking wet bar that would captivate any and all guests of this stunning penthouse unit and rival the sweeping views of Boston Common
Boat bar
Boat bar
Hickman Construction Services
Inspiration for a mid-sized beach style home bar in Columbus.
Villa Fondal
Villa Fondal
Fontis International
This is an example of a contemporary home bar in Other.
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