Home Renovation: Small Closet to Wet Bar

Closet to Wet Bar Design – Home Renovation Ideas : Meet the Davidsons! Niki and Bradley Davidson are established contractors specializing in additions for indoor and outdoor living, and renovations ranging from whole house to individual kitchens and bathrooms. On Bright Bold and Beautiful, I will be sharing with you some of their DIY home projects, renovations and decorating ideas. Today, I want to show this fabulous wet bar they converted from a small closet in their own home. It’s so classy and chic!
Wet Bar - Renovation
Bradley states, “In the original build, this was simply a closet to fill the wasted space under the staircase. After some time, I realized the lack of use this closet was receiving and came up with the idea to create a small wet bar.” The cabinet door front was built to resemble the inset cabinets used in the nearby kitchen and den built-ins. They found a remnant of Vetrazzo recycled glass and concrete counter top which is gorgeous and so unique. They chose a hand hammered stainless steel under mount bar sink from Elkay. Everything works so well together.
Closet to Wet bar Home Renovation
The shimmering green glass tiles are spectacular and the coordinating green glass door pulls {from Restoration Hardware} tie it all together! Bradley and Niki design everything first class. Even the glass shelves are floating on two stainless clips.
Closet to Wet bar Home Renovation
The shimmering colors are so fun. The light reflects of the tiles and bounces around the glasses creating a wonderful effect. Can you believe the before and after shots?
wet bar design
Closet to Wet bar Home Renovation

 Thank you Bradley and Niki for sharing this amazing transformation with us! Great ideas for wet bar design.

Next up with the Davidsons is the updated Mud Room with hard wood seats, so stay tuned!
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