2,048 Eclectic Home Bar Design Photos
Photo: Rikki Snyder © 2018 Houzz
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Bachman Brown Design
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Neal's Design Remodel
The primary style of this new lounge space could be classified as an American-style pub, with the rustic quality of a prohibition-era speakeasy balanced by the masculine look of a Victorian-era men’s lounge. The wet bar was designed as three casual sections distributed along the two window walls. Custom counters were created by combining antiqued copper on the surface and riveted iron strapping on the edges. The ceiling was opened up, peaking at 12', and the framing was finished with reclaimed wood, converting the vaulted space into a pyramid for a four-walled cathedral ceiling. Neals Design Remodel Robin Victor Goetz
Niki Landry Art & Design
This bar and dining area has a mixture of textures and dark walls to create a masculine space for entertaining. Designer specified all furniture, color scheme, art, accessories, and layout.
Smith & Ragsdale Interior Design
A custom designed metal shelving unit was designed to integrate with the bar cabinets.
Photography by Blackstone Studios Design by Chelly Wentworth Decorating by Lord Design Restoration by Arciform In a tiny little area a lot of cool looking function was created in great proximity to the media room and easy access to outside as well.
Mr. Kapill Kamra
P S Design
VM Concept Interior Design Studio
Designed to house the homeowner's extensive sports, celebrity, and music collectibles, this sports bar is stylistically, very different from the rest of the home. This former two bedroom/two bathroom casita exudes a masculine feel.
next design studio, inc.
Concept for an uber-luxury home bar. French parquet walnut flooring, tufted bar front, live edge wood slab bar countertop, hair-on-hide upholstered bar stools, metal chain drapery, custom drinking horn inspired pendants and edge-lit glass shelves inset in the platinum-shade veneer millwork come together to create this unforgettable space.
SLC Interior Design
A cosy living room and eclectic bar area seamlessly merged, through the use of a simple yet effective colour palette and furniture placement. The bar was a bespoke design and placed in such away that the architectural features, which were dividing the room, would be incorporated and therefore no longer be predominant. The period beams, on the walls, were further enhanced by setting them against a contemporary colour, and wallpaper, with the wood element carried through to the new floor and bar.
Rob Karosis: Photographer