The getaway to your own freedom is usually your basement. Entertainment, relaxation, crafts, and gatherings are always nice breaks for busy minds. If there is a chance to remodel your basement please consider my basement wet bar ideas. You won’t go wrong. If you are living in a state which is not allowed to have a basement, no worries, you can also do a home wet bar.
Photo Credit | FBC Remodel
This basement… Wooden high beams, stone, and brick accents. This basement has everything based on entertainment with a high-end touch. The pool table and leather seating are so elegant.
Photo Credit | HMA Architecture Inc
Distressed birch cabinets with a corner wall cabinet in a wet bar design. The beverage fridge corner cabinet and a top layer of the wall cabinets. Very detail-oriented design.
Photo Credit | Brenda Motter Interiors LTD
Classic wet bar layout with a parallelogram and a small hole for entrance. This can be a rectangle or square-shaped base depending on your space size. You may consider that this house is built in a basement-free zone and this is a three-story house. The first floor is designed for entertainment.
Photo Credit | Patterson Custom Homes
U-shaped layout contemporary wet bar with black trims, black open shelves, thick concrete bar top, and chevron with charcoal gray concrete bar top and black high beams. The folding windows facing the backyard patio allow the bar to be served for outdoor guests as well.
Photo Credit | Advance Design Studio, Ltd
Such a great idea to have the butcher block on the bar top and the white quartz countertop on the prep side. The contrast is just in the balance of sizeable recessed lighting, and clear conic kitchen pendants giving a fresh and large look into the basement bar.