If such cabinets are something for you, there couldn’t have been a better chance to pick one of them. That is because this collection features an unthinkable diversity of nice looking and practical solutions, all of which have inspired a lot of previous customers. Do you want to be one of them?
Vietti Bar Cabinet
Become inspired by this stunning bar cabinet. It is ideal for mixing your favorite cocktail and the elegant metal handles with brushed nickel finish add classy and elegant look to it, while the spacious compartments allows you to store everything neatly.
Boswell Bar Cabinet with Wine Storage
Functional bar cabinet made of solid MDF, featuring two drawers, two shelf spaces in center and six cubby spaces and top shelf to provide ample storage space. Fantastic looking and very functional item with refined style.
New Canaan, CT | Brooks and Falotico Associates Fairfield County Architects
That is clever! mirrored panel backsplash pulls down to cover countertop appliances. I would love to figure out a way to incorporate something like that in my kitchen. (hide the blender and Marg, machine)
A coffee station concealed behind pocket cabinet doors in a Chevy Chase kitchen; photo by John McDonnell for The Washington Post
bar cart- I'd much rather put my booze out in the open instead of hiding it in a cabinet... "Never drink to feel better.... drink to feel EVEN better!" :) Words to live by
Go for Built-Ins Even the smallest of outdoor kitchens benefit from amenities to accommodate prep and cleanup. Next to a built-in compact and dishwasher, a cabinet under the sink is the perfect dry place to store fire logs, charcoal, and cleaning supplies
built in pantry between kitchen and living room. also hides the fridge from the living room view
good idea for the toaster and kitchen aid to go under the micro, maybe add a roller door 155 dream lane: Elements of a Kitchen I Love
Behind Closed Doors Give your kitchen a clean look by concealing the microwave. This microwave fits snugly into an empty cubby in the appliance garage. A handy slide-back door keeps the appliance easily accessible without taking up a single inch of traffi
Like the idea of hidden appliances which are still user friendly. Would probably go for a door instead of a roller door though.
This is a bar for a good Baptist...you can hide the booze when the preacher comes over for a visit!
2012 Design Trend... Architectural Dimension: Wood Carved Doors
Fancy coffee station! Love your morning latte or cappuccino? Splurge on a top-notch espresso maker so you can whip up your morning beverage of choice at home. Since you’re not spending as much on fancy knives and cookware, why not?
THAT'S GENIUS. covers up the ugly vent and still allows for air flow! (plus I do see that chevron in the chevron senses were tingling.)
I love that there's the same amount of counter space on the island but there's a section to store stools.
For the kitchen. Between double fridges?? Or back wall.
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The refrigerator, disguised in cabinetry-matching panels, occupies the right side of a wall that also includes a single oven and an appliance garage.
The homeowner loved skirts so Ginger added one, replacing the cabinet doors that were once here. Kooboo baskets hold wine bottles, and above is a beautiful painted shelf that holds all the bar glasses.
Sump Pump Cabinet - I'm glad that they can be hidden!
kitchen island raised bar | Kitchen island with Raised portion (to hide junk on counter?)
James Wagman Architect, LLC - Apartment - CPW 2K - eclectic - hall - new york - by James Wagman Architect, LLC
Super cute, could do for under cabinet lights when you have no space under cabinet to hide lights. Above sink or nook
I generally prefer the solid, single level countertop, but after giving it some thought, I think I might actually prefer the design in the picture above for my particular situation. It would make the header and the half wall under the breakfast bar all lo
Howard Miller Cognac Hide-A-Bar Cabinet |
Consider using the often unused cabinets above the fridge for a TV in, (or out of) sight. | Photo: Casey Dunn |
Smitty's Furniture convenient tray and bar storage - view our entire line of Howard Miller hide a bar cabinets
Hide-a-bar cabinet @ The Home Furniture Store
Howard Miller Wine & Bar Furnishings Norcross Hide-A-Bar Cabinet with Four-Doors & Up To 15 Bottles of Wine Storage - Darvin Furniture - Bar
Coffee Bar! One of our favorite new trends in kitchen remodels - a great spot for your favorite morning tradition. Evanston, IL kitchen // Forest Glen Construction Co.
A soft yellow on the island is a sweet way to bring color into the kitchen
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Hide Away Secret Compartments - Once all of the remodeling is done to my dream craft room in our old attic, it is time to move onto adding storage. Since the "walls" (roof line) all slant down to the floor, I think adapting an idea like this to at least a
Clever mini bar hides in a slide out area between the walls
695-111 Norcross Wine & Bar Cabinet This Hide-A-Bar cabinet has Americana Cherry finish on select hardwoods and veneers. This handsome corne...
Give a nook in your home new life by turning it into a bar!
Cleaver idea to cover a door frame with fabric for the shelves where the speakers sit. Hiding those ugly speakers while keeping the sound quality.
Lodi Hide a Bar Cabinet,
If they can hide a washer and dryer in the bottom of the hutch, imagine the possibilities if you have a separate utility room.
Wine & Bar Furnishings Norcross Hide-A-Bar Cabinet with Four-Doors & Up To 15 Bottles of Wine Storage by Howard Miller #entertaining #furniture
Howard Miller RWC-695064 Sonoma Hide-A-Bar Cabinet Blowout Deals
A Guide to Kitchen Layouts | Kitchen Ideas & Design with Cabinets, Islands, Backsplashes | HGTV
Howard Miller Wine & Bar Furnishings Barossa Valley Hide-A-Bar Cabinet Stores Up To 22 Bottles of Wine - Darvin Furniture - Bar, $1500
Finished my coffee bar corner! Great for hiding a microwave if you don't want a microwave on your counter, like me.
I like that it's all organized and you can shut the doors and hide it all away.
My next woodworking project. This sideboard will live in my dining room and will give me a place to hide the printer and router on one side and storage for rarely used kitchen extras.
Vintage TV Hidden Cockta...
a different take on backsplash storage
Rejuvenation Cool Stools: salvaged stools looking great in this loft kitchen