The past few weeks have been a bit different than usual, and although we cannot physically enjoy our favorite spirits together, we’ve mastered connecting with our clients, our friends and our team, virtually. Here, we invite you to virtual happy hour with us! Our Collective design team shares their favorite home bar designs…
The thing I love most about this bar is that it blends perfectly with the home’s environment and doesn’t stand apart from the overall décor. It comes equipped with ample shelving space for bottles and glasses and has everything necessary to relax and entertain in style. The location complements the home’s living space, allowing for easy access to that perfect cocktail after a long day of working from home!
~ Adrienne, VP of Design
This was originally dead space underneath the stairs. Our client is an engineer by trade, and upon noticing the dead space, asked if it might be possible to use it as a wine room. With a lot of creativity and collaboration with the construction team, we made it happen. Although it has a glass door, you don’t really know what’s in the room until you walk in and go under the stairs. The glass door definitely piques your curiosity to see what else might be in the space! We incorporated materials used throughout the rest of the home – natural stone walls, wood flooring done in a herringbone pattern to make it feel special, barnwood, and decorative lighting. The clients were thrilled with the final result and say it’s one of their most favorite spaces in the house.
~ Lisa, Senior Designer
I love how inviting this bar is. It is the first area you see when walking downstairs from the main living room. With a home theater featuring lounge seating for ten to the right, and a bowling lane and gaming table to the left, this is the perfect space to unwind and entertain guests. The natural elements used complement the outdoor Copper Mountain scenery, and the pendant lighting that runs across the ceiling adds an extra wow factor. This space is a picture-perfect destination for an at-home happy hour!
~ Mandy, Sr Design Consultant
I love that this bar and family room provide an open concept space with plenty to do! It incorporates ample seating at two bar areas, a theater, pool table, and a game table. We also included mirrored bronze crackle glass countertops instead of granite. I love that it helps reflect light in the lower level and it’s definitely a conversation piece!
~ Catherine, Associate Designer