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MaloofMediterranean Home Bar, Orange County

Game room with wine cellar, custom bar, billiard table and pub style seating

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tiffew wrote:Jan 3, 2013
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  • Rachel Edgerton

    Love the room and just wanted to let other that are looking for that color that Sherwin Williams has Pompadour 129 in their color database and can mix that color

lizmilgrim wrote:Jul 7, 2014
Jim Yancey wrote:Jan 17, 2014
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    Macaluso Designs
    The room was approx. 27 feet by 21 feet not including closets and interior section of the bar.
    Hope this helps.
    Macaluso Designs
  • lizmilgrim
    what are the lights over the bar?
Rebecca Zeiter wrote:Jul 8, 2013
stefforst wrote:Mar 8, 2015
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    Macaluso Designs

    The billiard light fixture was from Fine Art lighting.

tmoore234 wrote:Jan 7, 2015
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    Macaluso Designs

    The paint for the game room was a Frazee paint product named: Pompadour # AC129N

lindaloo56 wrote:Aug 2, 2014
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    Macaluso Designs
    The door is made from alder wood. There is clear alder and Knotty alder. The knotty alder has a more rustic look as it has knots in the wood.
    Best regards, Macaluso Designs.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Mitchell Parker added this to Home Bars Tap Into Guy-Friendly StyleMay 15, 2013

This is a true man space. The owner, a lifelong bachelor in Las Vegas, had full say in everything that went into the space. Signed guitars, jerseys and other collectibles adorn the walls. There are multiple TVs for sports and even doors that lead out to a courtyard for cigar sessions. Designer Michael Macaluso picked the deep wine-reddish wall color to complement the wood bar, which is alder with a medium stain, and the walnut floor. He added an animal print and embossed leather too. “As a male designer, it wasn’t hard to come up with everything in here,” Macaluso says. The designer says when building a home bar, it’s important to determine how much space you’ll actually need and use. “A pool table takes up a lot of room,” he says. “So unless you’re going to use it a lot, don’t get one. People want slot machines, hockey games, then they realize they have nowhere to sit.” Macaluso estimates that a space like this would cost about $100,000 for the cosmetics — furniture, custom cabinets, floors, detailed wood ceiling, custom cabinets, top-of-the-line TVs, audio system, wine rack.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

franotio added this to BarMar 11, 2019

Don't like the finishing but like how this bar is fully "built-in".

Don R Campbell added this to Pub design ideasFeb 16, 2019

The darker colours vs the lighter colours in the rest of the home creates a "Narnia" feel. Comfortable, cozy, welcoming

Don R Campbell added this to Don R's ideasFeb 16, 2019

The darker colours vs the lighter colours in the rest of the home creates a "Narnia" feel. Comfortable, cozy, welcoming

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