Most of the time there is never enough closet space in a home; occasionally, however, a closet is not necessary and can be re-imagined into something entirely different. In this example, a single family home had been converted into multiple units, and my clients’ new home was on the second and third floors of the house. Their dining room was actually a former second floor bedroom, with a small closet that was not needed. My clients asked me to design a bar in the closet space.
You can see the transformation below. I incorporated their bar fridge as the base and topped it with a quartz counter top. Open shelves provide easy access to glasses and a storage rack above the shelving is the perfect place for select bottles of wine. The walnut cabinetry ties into the other warm woods in the room. Unusual, functional, and fun.