Kitchen bar can make the entire room look awesome, and yes, we mean it really awesome with elegance and class. A kitchen bar not only placed in the kitchen, but you can also create it in the other room you prefer, such as lounge area, home theater, even in the basement or in the room you simply prepare it for. It’s the perfect time to prepare yours for the new year! You’ve gotta make it awesome, right? So, are you ready to choose one of some ideas—or combine some ideas—to make your own kitchen bar or home bar? Here we go.
- Charming Rustic
Invite a nice, charming rustic impression with the rough hewn slats of wood around the wet bar. Chic wood barstools give a touch of sophistication to the space, making the overall look feels irresistably good.
- Needham Bar
Some of you maybe want to match the rack with your home aesthetics, and nothing’s wrong with it. Check the wine cooler racks that come with all wood, all chrome, plastic or combination of several materials to match different design styles, so you can fit it with your taste and preference. If you’d like to check the high-end models out, they also come with custom doors panel so that you can coordinate them to fit your existing cabinetry.
- Contemporary Wood
Woods can be contemporary if you make it so. Pair the light wood cabinets with flat-panel cabinets, and the touch of stainless steel appliances. The u-shape kitchen looks awesome with the elements, make the overall coordination feels modern without loosing the key aesthetic of woods.
- Bar With A View
A kitchen bar with beautiful view is extraordinary, but it won’t fail to refresh you anytime you need a refreshment from a kitchen bar. So, build it with a view. Depending on the shape and size of your kitchen, you can add a breakfast bar of the window. It’s awesome to handle a typically dead space and promotes a refreshing breakfast and quality time dinner with a beautiful view over the garden.
- Fireplace Bar
What about a warm dinner or a bit quality moment—with yourself or with the beloved ones—in kitchen bar with the fireplace? Think about put the bar in the corner and the fireplace too right of it with counter over the fireplace. Also consider the color preference you’d like to add, since the color is a powerful tool to strengthen the impression.
- American Black Walnut
Take inspiration from a Euro style bar with counter stool and black chrome finish. Bring the classy feel with shaker cabinets, black backsplash and medium tone wood cabinets.
- Industrial Syle Bar
Have you watch the “Cousins Undercover”? A bar with the windows open up to the outdoors will allow any family members or guests to interact with anyone outside, taking inspiration from the episodes. Infuse the bar with the industrial style will be fun. Set it in front of the new bar, with the serving windows to create a cozy spot to sit and watch a football game. Or, have a drink, anyone?
- An Entertainer Kitchen
Let’s move outside! The outdoor kitchen bar serves everything you’ll need to entertain your guests outdoors, or maybe have a fun time with your family members with the barbeque. The striking stainless steel cabinets along the wall house with a sink, a refrigerator and a plenty of storage support the overall look of the entertainer kitchen.
- Blend In Well
So your wet bar will take a location in the kitchen, then make sure it blend well with the kitchen’s overall design, so it won’t look like a weird piece in your kitchen. For example, a traditional large L-shaped eat-in kitchen idea with subway tile backsplash and an undermount sink. A fusion of glass-front cabinets, white cabinets, white splash, cork floors with marble countertops present a muted elegance.
- Harbor Breeze Lake Bar
Build the elegance of a tuscan kitchen design paired with arced island-like, presented by two levels with separate working island. One of the island is made larger than the another. Create the sphere with a double-bow sink, raised-panel cabinets, and medium tone wood cabinets.
- Urban Loft
A kitchen bar can be sleek and sexy (why not?) with a certain design. But of course, efficiency will join the place too. Set two large cabinets that fulfill all of the essential kitchen functions. The cabinets will be designed in such a way so when closed, they look as though they’re part of the decoration. It’s certainly a fashion and efficiency in a one step. Get the look with stainless steel appliances, flat-panel cabinets, and black cabinets.
- Eclectic Kitchen Stools
Don’t rush your decision when planning your bar, for bar stools come in every style nowadays. Make sure that you find a design that you really love. You may want to sit on them before you drop your decision to buy. So do you feel that they are comfy enough? What about the height, are they high enough, or just not too high and not too long? Will their dimension fit your space? For example, a small eclectic u-shaped kitchen with flat-panel cabinets and light wood cabinets that match in harmony with overall sphere.
- Splash of Green
Create a kitchen bar with trendy, open concept. Flat-panel cabinets, gray cabinets, stainless steel apliances, steel countertops, a peninsula, concrete floors and an integrated sink. A splash of green color makes spice in the overall impression.
- Contemporary Spirit
Get the contemporary feel with the sleek appliances that enhance the modern look. The Caesarstone countertop and the white cabinetry give contrast to the reclaimed white oak flooring and recycled-beam bar.
- Wine Bottles Wall
So you’re looking for an aesthetic, unique idea for your kitchen bar or any typical house bar. Let your creativity in and your imagination play out! Don’t be afraid to be loud in decoration. This idea, for example, can be placed somewhere close to your kitchen as a bar or wine room. Adorn the textured wall with countless wine bottles to wow everyone. Complete the style with boats cabinetry for storage and barstools for seating.