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Beverage Spaces We Love

Whether you love to entertain, have a large family, or want to enhance your lifestyle with one or more dedicated beverage spaces, the design you choose should reflect your unique preferences while complimenting the interior of your home.

The experienced team of design/build professionals at Hatfield Builders & Remodelers can help to transform your living space with a custom designed-beverage center that will be the envy of your friends and family. Whether your taste in drinks runs hot or cold, you can gain inspiration with our list of different types and styles of beverage spaces, with options to suit every style of home and budget.

Beverage Space Design Options

Like any good meal, the right beverage can enhance a social gathering, help you unwind at the end of the day, or provide you with a great start to every morning. The design experts at Hatfield Builders & Remodelers can help you find the perfect space in your home to install a beverage center that will bring you enjoyment for years to come while adding value to your home. Take inspiration from our list of popular options, which include:

Butler’s Pantry

A butler’s pantry is an area of the home that is typically situated between the kitchen and formal dining space, which was once used as a storage space for silver and fine china and as a way station during meal service. The modern day version is redefined, and while storage is key it can also serve as an ideal beverage space complete with sink, wine fridge, dishwasher, and more. If your layout doesn’t allow for a traditional placement, the butler’s pantry can be incorporated into your existing kitchen or any unused space that is in close proximity to the dining area.

Coffee/Tea Bar

Coffee and tea lovers will appreciate having a well-organized, thoughtfully designed beverage space dedicated to the preparation of hot drinks. Minimal space is needed for this project whether you opt to carve out a place in the kitchen or in a nearby nook or corner—with the option to expand the area to include bar or countertop seating. Custom cabinetry, ample counter space, and open shelving provide the ideal setting for cups, accessories, beverage machines, and more.

Wet Bar

A wet bar is aptly named as it includes a sink, which provides easy access to running water for beverage preparation and cleaning. This highly sought after design element is an asset to any home, and it provides a place to relax, unwind, and enjoy the company of family and friends. One of the most common locations for this beverage space is in the basement, where it is the perfect addition to a games room, home theater, or as a standalone entertaining area.

Custom cabinetry serves as ample storage for glassware and accessories, while an under the counter or full-size refrigerator may be used to chill beverages, garnishes, or snacks. A built-in microwave can be used for hot beverages or popcorn, while open shelving allows you to display your bottles and glasses. The materials you choose for the countertop and backsplash should reflect the overall style of your home, and they can be a great place to splurge on high-end finishes since the square footage is limited.

Wine Room

A wine room can be utilized for storage only or as a tasting room, complete with counter space and seating. Lighting, temperature control, and built-in display and storage space help to protect your investment, while creating the perfect ambiance to enjoy a glass of wine at the end of the day.

Schedule a Consultation for Beverage Space Design in the Dallas Area

If you are planning a kitchen, living area, or whole-home remodel, a beverage space could be a great element to include! We will work you to come up with the best beverage space design for your wants and needs.

Contact us today to get started on your next project, or call (214) 278-6261 to schedule a consultation. 

Posted on: November 29, 2018
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