All of the walls in this library were covered with paneling and bookcases. A tray ceiling was added and sconces included to complete the look. The choice of green paint was selected to bring comfort and individuality.
Rosewood veneer, narrow glass, quartzite counters and back painted glass above and below the wall units combine to make a unique wet bar.
Heavy glaze added age and character to the pine wood, creating the feel of an old English library. Sconces on bookcases are a wonderful way to light a room.
Designed in collaboration with Lynn Aseltine-Kolbusz, Room Service Ltd.
Storage was maximized in this small butler’s pantry. Glass doors with in-cabinet lighting make it feel larger than it is. A shelving unit with no back allows the full height marble slab to shine through.
Carved onlay mouldings and several layers of stain and glaze set this wet bar apart. These details used in a small space are cost effective and bring a style unique from the kitchen cabinetry. The message center in the background was created from very little space in the corner of the kitchen. The counter was pulled forward and curved to add function and a corkboard was added to a wall with no other use.
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