Mood Board Monday #28: Raising the Bar

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There are only a few things that are more luxurious than having a bar in your house. Whether used for mixology, the art or skill of preparing mixed drinks, or for dinner preparation, a bar area can be sleek and elegant, rather than your typical “mancave” bar.

There are many options to make sure your bar area is perfect for your own lifestyle. Many include prep sinks, wine refrigerators and sometimes even a built-in television. Cabinets can be wood or glass; shelving can be open or closed; there can be a wine refrigerator or an ice maker; and you can hang glasses from the bottom of your cabinets or store them inside.

We love the bar area featured below, especially because of the open shelving. Liquor bottles usually have unique, decorative designs. Why hide them in cabinets when you can display them like art? The lighting under the shelves creates a well-lit workspace. There is plenty of counter space to prep and mix drinks, and the refrigerator blends in with the cabinets, making it appear as one solid structure.

The backsplash ties together the entire area, with its unique stone material. There are so many options for bar backsplashes. The bar is a space meant for creativity, so go bold with a unique backsplash! Whether it’s made from bricks or bottle caps, it’s sure to make a statement.

 

Get the look with Whitehaus:

  • WH690ABB Rectangular undermount entertainment/prep sink with a hammered texture surface in Hammered Stainless Steel
  • WHLX78572 Luxe single hole/single lever faucet with gooseneck swivel spout in Polished Chrome
  • WH14 Cone Shaped Knob made of Solid Brass in Polished Chrome

The base image’s source was created by Cochrane, AB, CA based design firm Rock Point Cabinets and found through houzz.com here.

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