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This stained walnut cabinetry creates the perfect base for this rustic yet chic bar. We combined a few modern elements, like stainless steel appliances, a concrete under mount sink, and matte black plumbing, with the rustic backsplash and natural stained open shelves to create this refined look.
Tami Smight Interiors
We took out an office in opening up the floor plan of this renovation. We designed this home bar complete with sink and beverage fridge which serves guests in the family room and living room. The mother of pearl penny round backsplash catches the light and echoes the coastal theme.
Design Studio International
A close up of the well-stocked bar. These custom bar cabinets in the homeowners' favorite hue combine beautifully with solid reclaimed walnut floating shelves. The floating shelves and the glass-front upper cabinets are perfect for displaying spirits and glassware.
Dibello Architects, PLLC
The 3,400 SF, 3 – bedroom, 3 ½ bath main house feels larger than it is because we pulled the kids’ bedroom wing and master suite wing out from the public spaces and connected all three with a TV Den. Convenient ranch house features include a porte cochere at the side entrance to the mud room, a utility/sewing room near the kitchen, and covered porches that wrap two sides of the pool terrace. We designed a separate icehouse to showcase the owner’s unique collection of Texas memorabilia. The building includes a guest suite and a comfortable porch overlooking the pool. The main house and icehouse utilize reclaimed wood siding, brick, stone, tie, tin, and timbers alongside appropriate new materials to add a feeling of age.
Azul Interiors & Renovations
Peruri Design Company
Beautiful navy mirrored tiles form the backsplash of this bar area with custom cabinetry. A small dining area with vintage Paul McCobb chairs make this a wonderful happy hour spot!
Tommy Daspit Photographer
New home construction in Homewood Alabama photographed for Willow Homes, Willow Design Studio, and Triton Stone Group by Birmingham Alabama based architectural and interiors photographer Tommy Daspit. You can see more of his work at http://tommydaspit.com
Unique Spaces Cabinetry By Terri
Bar - Maple with Villa Capri Ebony paint Floating Shelves - Rustic Alder with Rattan stain Rocheport door style
Integrated Resources Group
This modern Calacatta bar was designed with functionality in mind. White oak sliding doors match the bar cabinetry and allow for bar to be entirely closed off so the room it resides in can be utilized for kid-friendly activities. Design by Lindsay Gerber Interiors Photography by Paul Dyer
Copyright, Adam Pendleton Photography
Janet Brooks Design
This bar features a double waterfall upper counter top, which is separated from the working counter behind with open space, rather than a backsplash. The wood is Macassar Ebony and the counters are Caesarstone Blizzard.