Rustic-Industrial Bar

Designers Lindsay Boswell and Ali Levin made every square inch count in this foyer-turned-wine-bar where guests can kick back with a cocktail soon after stepping through the door.
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November 06, 2014
From: LABLstudio

Photo By: LABL studio

Photo By: LABL studio

Photo By: LABL studio

Photo By: LABL studio

Narrow Rustic Bar Nook With Black Walls

Black-painted walls give this nook a cozy vibe while complementing the narrow rustic bar waiting to welcome guests. Wall shelves offer convenient storage, while a collection of vintage mirrors visually enlarges the space.

Rustic Wine Bar With Open Shelving

What was an empty foyer wall now houses industrial shelving for glassware and serving pieces. The open shelves don’t weigh down the small space, and complement the rustic bar top.

Rustic Wood Bar With Vintage Metal Barstools

A pair of slim, vintage barstools tuck beneath this rustic narrow bar, providing seating without taking up valuable floor space.

Rustic Wine Bar With Metal Barstools in Transitional Foyer

Leaving no space unturned for entertaining purposes, this foyer turned wine bar is accented with rustic wood elements and vintage collectables. Guests can grab a barstool and stop for a drink as soon as they're inside the door.

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