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Chic Chateau
Chic Chateau
A. Perry Homes
Butler Pantry Bar
Foto di un angolo bar chic con nessun lavello, ante con bugna sagomata, ante nere, paraspruzzi con piastrelle di metallo, parquet scuro, pavimento marrone e top grigio
Belclaire - French
Belclaire - French
Blume Architecture
Immagine di un angolo bar con lavandino chic con lavello integrato, ante in stile shaker, ante blu, paraspruzzi bianco, parquet scuro, pavimento marrone e top bianco
White Sails Mid-Century Modern
White Sails Mid-Century Modern
Patterson Custom Homes
Esempio di un bancone bar moderno con parquet chiaro, pavimento beige e top bianco
Mid-Town Penthouse
Mid-Town Penthouse
Frasier-Martis Architects, P.C.
Kurt Johnson
Idee per un grande angolo bar design
Chelsea House II
Chelsea House II
Studio Indigo
Idee per un angolo bar design
Home Bar
Home Bar
Karen Kempf Interiors
Reagan Taylor Photography
Foto di un angolo bar con lavandino minimal con lavello sottopiano, ante lisce, ante blu, pavimento in legno massello medio, pavimento marrone e top grigio
Sater Design Collection's 6955 "Prima Porta" Home Plan
Sater Design Collection's 6955 "Prima Porta" Home Plan
Sater Design Collection, Inc.
The Sater Design Collection's luxury, Mediterranean home plan "Prima Porta" (Plan #6955). saterdesign.com
Foto di un grande angolo bar mediterraneo
Bachelor Pad
Bachelor Pad
KNS Architects
The Client is a young entrepreneur who loves movies, music and entertaining. He wanted an apartment that’s casual for him and his friends to enjoy a relaxed evening yet sophisticated.
Forest Hill - Bar
Forest Hill - Bar
BedfordBrooks Design Inc.
This bar is complete with ample storage, two bar fridges, a wall-mounted TV and a beautiful long counter-top fabricated in Vicostone’s Nero Marquina stone to create a strong statement against the light, bright white walls of the space. What a great set-up for watching the game and enjoying snacks and beverages with family & friends.
Alpine Ski Home
Alpine Ski Home
Randy Trainor
This three-story vacation home for a family of ski enthusiasts features 5 bedrooms and a six-bed bunk room, 5 1/2 bathrooms, kitchen, dining room, great room, 2 wet bars, great room, exercise room, basement game room, office, mud room, ski work room, decks, stone patio with sunken hot tub, garage, and elevator. The home sits into an extremely steep, half-acre lot that shares a property line with a ski resort and allows for ski-in, ski-out access to the mountain’s 61 trails. This unique location and challenging terrain informed the home’s siting, footprint, program, design, interior design, finishes, and custom made furniture. Credit: Samyn-D'Elia Architects Project designed by Franconia interior designer Randy Trainor. She also serves the New Hampshire Ski Country, Lake Regions and Coast, including Lincoln, North Conway, and Bartlett. For more about Randy Trainor, click here: https://crtinteriors.com/ To learn more about this project, click here: https://crtinteriors.com/ski-country-chic/
Tuscan Villa, Wood-Mode
Tuscan Villa, Wood-Mode
San Luis Kitchen Co.
When the homeowners decided to move from San Francisco to the Central Coast, they were looking for a more relaxed lifestyle, a unique place to call their own, and an environment conducive to raising their young children. They found it all in San Luis Obispo. They had owned a house here in SLO for several years that they had used as a rental. As the homeowners own and run a contracting business and relocation was not impossible, they decided to move their business and make this SLO rental into their dream home. As a rental, the house was in a bare-bones condition. The kitchen had old white cabinets, boring white tile counters, and a horrendous vinyl tile floor. Not only was the kitchen out-of-date and old-fashioned, it was also pretty worn out. The tiles were cracking and the grout was stained, the cabinet doors were sagging, and the appliances were conflicting (ie: you could not open the stove and dishwasher at the same time). To top it all off, the kitchen was just too small for the custom home the homeowners wanted to create. Thus enters San Luis Kitchen. At the beginning of their quest to remodel, the homeowners visited San Luis Kitchen’s showroom and fell in love with our Tuscan Grotto display. They sat down with our designers and together we worked out the scope of the project, the budget for cabinetry and how that fit into their overall budget, and then we worked on the new design for the home starting with the kitchen. As the homeowners felt the kitchen was cramped, it was decided to expand by moving the window wall out onto the existing porch. Besides the extra space gained, moving the wall brought the kitchen window out from under the porch roof – increasing the natural light available in the space. (It really helps when the homeowner both understands building and can do his own contracting and construction.) A new arched window and stone clad wall now highlights the end of the kitchen. As we gained wall space, we were able to move the range and add a plaster hood, creating a focal nice focal point for the kitchen. The other long wall now houses a Sub-Zero refrigerator and lots of counter workspace. Then we completed the kitchen by adding a wrap-around wet bar extending into the old dining space. We included a pull-out pantry unit with open shelves above it, wine cubbies, a cabinet for glassware recessed into the wall, under-counter refrigerator drawers, sink base and trash cabinet, along with a decorative bookcase cabinet and bar seating. Lots of function in this corner of the kitchen; a bar for entertaining and a snack station for the kids. After the kitchen design was finalized and ordered, the homeowners turned their attention to the rest of the house. They asked San Luis Kitchen to help with their master suite, a guest bath, their home control center (essentially a deck tucked under the main staircase) and finally their laundry room. Here are the photos: I wish I could show you the rest of the house. The homeowners took a poor rental house and turned it into a showpiece! They added custom concrete floors, unique fiber optic lighting, large picture windows, and much more. There is now an outdoor kitchen complete with pizza oven, an outdoor shower and exquisite garden. They added a dedicated dog run to the side yard for their pooches and a rooftop deck at the very peak. Such a fun house. Wood-Mode Fine Custom Cabinetry, Barcelona
Seattle Midcentury Addition and Remodel
Seattle Midcentury Addition and Remodel
H2D Architecture + Design
Design by: H2D Architecture + Design www.h2darchitects.com Built by: Carlisle Classic Homes Photos: Christopher Nelson Photography
Idee per un angolo bar con lavandino minimalista di medie dimensioni con lavello sottopiano, ante lisce, ante blu, top in quarzo composito, paraspruzzi bianco, paraspruzzi con piastrelle in ceramica, pavimento in sughero e top bianco
Memorial Riad
Memorial Riad
Marion Interior Design
Foto di un ampio bancone bar mediterraneo con ante lisce, ante nere, paraspruzzi multicolore, pavimento in legno massello medio, pavimento marrone, top verde e lavello sottopiano
A bit of Bling and Booze
A bit of Bling and Booze
Lenton Company, Inc.
Johnathan Adler light fixture hangs above this eclectic space. Brian Covington Photography
Ispirazione per un angolo bar con lavandino chic di medie dimensioni con ante in stile shaker, top in quarzo composito, paraspruzzi a specchio, pavimento beige e top bianco
Brentwood
Brentwood
Pure Salt Interiors
Ispirazione per un angolo bar stile marino
Adrsley Basement
Adrsley Basement
DMC Home Improvement
Idee per un grande bancone bar classico con lavello sottopiano, ante con bugna sagomata, ante in legno bruno, top in onice, paraspruzzi beige e parquet chiaro
Adrsley Basement
Adrsley Basement
DMC Home Improvement
Ispirazione per un grande bancone bar chic con lavello sottopiano, ante con bugna sagomata, ante in legno bruno, top in onice, paraspruzzi beige e parquet chiaro
Jackson Hole Residence
Jackson Hole Residence
Vantage Design
Jade Miller
Immagine di un angolo bar chic

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