2,989 Eclectic Home Bar Design Ideas
Amy Braswell Photography
Jessica Buckley Interiors
photo by Susie Lowe
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
FineCraft Contractors, Inc.
We were hired to build this house after the homeowner was having some trouble finding the right contractor. With a great team and a great relationship with the homeowner we built this gem in the Washington, DC area. Finecraft Contractors, Inc. Soleimani Photography
Pureform Design/Build, LLC
This Garden Apt level of a Brooklyn brownstone was converted into a luxe screening room with a basic kitchen area built of reclaimed chestnut wood and soapstone countertops. The old chimney was converted into an A/V cabinet, with the projector mounted above.
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.
Amity Worrel & Co.
This was a dream project! The clients purchased this 1880s home and wanted to renovate it for their family to live in. It was a true labor of love, and their commitment to getting the details right was admirable. We rehabilitated doors and windows and flooring wherever we could, we milled trim work to match existing and carved our own door rosettes to ensure the historic details were beautifully carried through. Every finish was made with consideration of wanting a home that would feel historic with integrity, yet would also function for the family and extend into the future as long possible. We were not interested in what is popular or trendy but rather wanted to honor what was right for the home.
Vivid Interior Design - Danielle Loven
Hendel Homes Susan Gilmore Photography
C Change Design
Blackstone Edge Studios
Custom Cabinets: Acadia Cabinets Backsplash: Cle Tile Beverage Refrigerator: Albert Lee Sconces: Shades of Light
Kitchens By Kleweno