June 7, 2023

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Leisure was the goal of this 3rd-flooring bar and library by Austin designer Fern Santini. Opening onto a deck nestled in the treetops, it’s an edgy nevertheless chilled-out lair “to lounge and pay attention to music, have a cocktail, and view the sunset, surrounded by a globe-course photography selection of musicians who’ve transformed [the field] for good,” shares Santini. Together with a sturdy library of audio publications, Santini is smitten with the trippy Kyle Bunting dyed cowhide ceiling. It’s visually gorgeous, but it’s also “a wonderful acoustical aspect that functions when the McIntosh MTI100 Built-in Turntable is cranked up a bit,” she points out. A midcentury FontanaArte chandelier, antique Turkish rug, and custom made Shota Yamaguchi desk all buoy the semi-round bar crowned with towering brass shelves. 

Mary Beth Wagner Interiors

To produce a house for entertaining, Mary Beth Wagner turned a former patio spot into an enclosed bar with deep blue-environmentally friendly partitions.

Image: Nathan Schroder Photography

When Dallas designer Mary Beth Wagner and area architect Christy Blumenfeld were being summoned back to the home they tackled collectively a few yrs back again, they were being questioned for home bar suggestions to develop a committed place for entertaining near to the kitchen area and household space. Born from an unused patio, the now-enclosed spot melds deep blue-environmentally friendly partitions and a showstopping bar. The latter is adorned with geometric-print tiles and “a metallic grasscloth that turned the backsplash so as to not just take absent from the patterned entrance of the bar,” suggests Wagner, who also integrated brass shelving to exhibit off a attractive stash of stemware. The end result? “Elegant but a little funky,” as Wagner places it, “which satisfies the homeowners’ personalities.”  

Yates Desygn 

Also for the Dallas Kips Bay Display House in 2021, Yates Desygn looked to Prohibition-era speakeasies to advise the style and design of this bar.

Photo: Stephen Karlisch

Created as a subterranean speakeasy for the Dallas Kips Bay Decorator Exhibit House in 2021, this gallery-like bar, rounded out by a lounge and secondary kitchen area, draws from the aesthetics of hedonistic Prohibition-era haunts. “The star of the room is absolutely the cantilevered island that capabilities a Cambria countertop. We developed it with a structural engineer and it’s so protected that you could even dance on prime of it, which is excellent in our speakeasy surroundings,” says Bryan Yates, principal designer at Dallas-primarily based Yates Desygn. Even the chains dangling from the fragile light fixture fabricated by Wired Custom made Lighting to the studio’s actual specs “are reminiscent of a flapper’s swinging fringe dress,” provides Yates.

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