AFTER: BAR | We completely redesigned the bar structure by opening it up. It was previously closed on one side so we wanted to be able to walk through to the living room. We created a floor to ceiling split vase accent wall behind the bar to give the room some texture and break up the white walls. We carried over the tile from the entry to the bar and used hand stamped carrara marble to line the front of the bar and used a smoky blue glass for the bar counters. | Renovations + Design by Blackband Design | Photography by Tessa Neustadt
This contemporary bar has a stunning curvature facade that gives off the perception of the design to be almost moving. It gives an energetic feeling to the space and adds verve to the interior. The curvy rounded shelves on the mirror parallel the facade making the design look symmetrical. The bar cabinets are comprised of an Italian Veneer Wood that is painted a retro electric blue. A very fun color to help spice up the space.
Photo credits: Matthew Horton
Dark wood bar mirrors the kitchen with the satin brass hardware, plumbing and sink. The hexagonal, geometric tile give a handsome finish to the gentleman's bar. Wine cooler and under counter pull out drawers for the liquor keep the top from clutter.
The beach level bar has windows looking into the deep end of the pool and a glowing bartop made of think glass.
Kim Pritchard Photography ロサンゼルスの巨大なコンテンポラリースタイルのおしゃれな着席型バー (濃色木目調キャビネット、ガラスカウンター、茶色い床、濃色無垢フローリング、青いキッチンカウンター、フラットパネル扉のキャビネット) の写真