Contemporary Family Room Contemporary Family Room, San Francisco
Inspiration for a contemporary family room remodel in San Francisco with a bar and beige walls — Houzz
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With wine collecting becoming more mainstream coast-to-coast, open wine storage above a wet bar is a great way to give one space two purposes. When storing good wine in the house, keep it in spaces that don't get a lot of moisture. Why? Moisture adds to cork erosion. Nothing more upsetting than a bottle of $210 wine sporting teency-weency bits of cork floating atop the glass.
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Wine room. Add a wine bar and change out your seating to create ‘Camelot’s Teeny Tiny Round Table’. I love seeing wine displayed as the focal point. And there are many clever ways to do it.Shop unique wine and bar cabinets
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This wonderful cabinet space is recessed into the wall, providing room-temperature storage above and chilled storage below. The adjacent table functions in many ways, and easily becomes a tasting area as soon as someone uncorks a bottle.
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Project length: Most professionals interviewed for this article — including the creator of this bar, San Francisco interior designer Tineke Triggs of Artistic Designs for Living — say you should allow a little more than a month to add a built-in bar. However, David Miller of David Michael Miller and Associates in Scottsdale, Arizona, cautions that the more customized the project is, the longer it will take. “There’s a wide range,” he says, “but if you are building it from scratch, it may take six to eight months due to custom millwork.”