Family Room and Wet Bar

We had a blank slate when it came to this basement. We were lucky that it had tons of headroom, enough for a full height ceiling. By finishing the basement we were able to double the square footage of the home. We added two bedrooms, a bathroom, added a laundry closet and next to the laundry closet added a wet bar that could also be used for the laundry if needed. The goal was to keep the space as multifunctional as possible. To see the full before and after of this project, click on our Work page and scroll down to "10th Avenue SW". 

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Wet bar cabinet

We used a standard sink base cabinet to build into the niche in the wall for the wet bar. 

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We selected a marble-look quartz top for the wet bar to make sure it was durable and stain resistant. 

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wet bar sink

We chose a stainless steel drop in bar sink for it's durability and cost-effectiveness. 

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Wet bar faucet

Stainless wet bar faucet to match the stainless sink! 

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under counter wine fridge

To make the small space functional as a wet bar, we added a small wine fridge to make relaxing and entertaining in your second family room easy! 

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wet bar backsplash tile

We had some large subway tile left over from another project that I did not want to go to waste so to add tons of style to the small wet bar, we decided to install it in a herringbone pattern and use dark grout to emphasize the design!