Wet Bar with Arched Opening and Glass Fronted Cabinetry

This French country, new construction home features a circular first-floor layout that connects from great room to kitchen and breakfast room, then on to the dining room via a small area that turned out to be ideal for a fully functional bar.

Directly off the kitchen and leading to the dining room, this space is perfectly located for making and serving cocktails whenever the family entertains. In order to make the space feel as open and welcoming as possible while connecting it visually with the kitchen, glass cabinet doors and custom-designed, leaded-glass column cabinetry and millwork archway help the spaces flow together and bring in.

The space is small and tight, so it was critical to make it feel larger and more open. Leaded-glass cabinetry throughout provided the airy feel we were looking for, while showing off sparkling glassware and serving pieces. In addition, finding space for a sink and under-counter refrigerator was challenging, but every wished-for element made it into the final plan.

Photo by Mike Kaskel

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Bryan Anthony added this to 50 Home Bars That Ensure Everyday is Friday30 September 2018

13. This Chicago wet bar tucked under an arch provides an elegant place for making a drink. The bar, designed by Orren Pickell Building Group, features glass subway tile and glass-front cabinets.

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Carrie Rehome added this to Kitchen Remodel23 September 2021

Glass cabinets & colored subway tiles

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