84,568 Home Bar Design Photos
Board & Vellum
The basement bar uses space that would otherwise be empty square footage. A custom bar aligns with the stair treads and is the same wood and finish as the floors upstairs. John Wilbanks Photography
SoYoung Mack Design, Assoc. AIA
Contemporary Media Room Bar/Wine Cellar featuring antique bottles. Paul Dyer Photography
Kitty&Company Interior Design llc
This home brew pub invites friends to gather around and taste the latest concoction. I happily tried Pumpkin when there last. The homeowners wanted warm and friendly finishes, and loved the more industrial style.
Tate Studio Architects
Interior Bar that opens to the outside Pool Patio. Builder - Madison/Couturier. Interiors by Sherry Engle - SE Design.
Custom built white oak flush inset cabinetry with nice touch of satin brass, marble countertop, antiques mirror backsplash and gorgeous Subzero wine units.
Fulford Home Remodeling
Humphrey Photography Nashville, il.
Jilco Kitchen and Bath
Kitchen Designer (Savannah Schmitt) Cabinetry (Eudora Full Access, Cottage Door Style, Creekstone with Bushed Gray Finish) Photographer (Keeneye) Interior Designer (JVL Creative - Jesse Vickers) Builder (Arnett Construction)
A beverage bar out of the main circulation of the kichen and just inside from the pool area provides a place to hide breakfast coffee behind an appliance garage, as well as liquor and wine in storage below.
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.
Interior Trends Inc. Design & Remodeling
An unused closet was turned into a wet bar. Reclaimed wood shelves are suspended by industrial rods from the ceiling. The backsplash of the bar is covered in a paper brick veneer product usually used for set design. A distressed faux paint technique was applied over the embossed brick surface to make it look like a real worn brick wall. Photo By Fred Lassmann
Whiskey Room Lounge
Redstart Construction, Inc.
Jannat Vasi Interior Design