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The Publisher's Picks: Top-Shelf Wet Bars & Living Spaces

High-end custom crafted wet bar by Adams & Beasley Associates

Penthouse Wet Bar & Wine Fridge

Cocktail hour is even more intoxicating when enjoyed by the bold and beautiful wet bar (above) created for a Back Bay penthouse renovation by custom builder Adams & Beasley Associates. The bleached walnut bar, the color of fine bourbon, is bejeweled by a backlit honey onyx backsplash and floating star fire glass shelves that add drama and intrigue. 

Living Room Bar

Custom high-end wet bar built by Brendon Properties

Built by Brendon Properties; interior design by Jill Goldberg; photo by Greg Premru

Now this is living. The homeowners of this Brendon Properties’ home can belly up to the bar in their very own living room. This mirrored, Tiffany-blue wet bar is dynamic and social and the toast of this elegant living space. The inspired design has a clubby vibe and is the perfect solution for people who like to entertain. 

The Walsh Bar Cart

High-end portable bar cart designed for ARTEFACT Home

Available at ARTEFACT

This portable bar cart, designed and artisan made in the USA for ARTEFACT, is a modern-day riff on an Art Deco style bar cart. More understated than Gatsby, but no less glam, the frame’s finish is a custom umber (hand rubbed to an antique patina), while the stone top is honed Nero Marquina marble. The black stone marble has a velvety feel and is one of the most important marbles from Spain. 

Media Space & Lounge

High-end media space and lounge designed by Interiology Design Co.

Interior design by Interiology Design Co.

Created for a film buff by Interiology Design Co., this entertainment center and viewing lounge does movie night right. The space is equipped with a projection TV (a must!), a comfortable sectional, and tiered seating at the bar for a full view of the screen. A wet bar with custom cabinetry (stained espresso on pecan) is an elevated refreshment stand, with its beverage refrigerator, sink, microwave, storage and pendant lighting.

Main image: Construction by Adams & Beasley Associates; photograph by Eric Roth

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