$461 Wet Bar

Transform existing cabinetry into a classic wet bar with a new sink, faucet, and wine refrigerator.

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    Make existing cabinetry function as a wet bar

    A block of cabinetry near the dining room becomes a stunning wet bar with the addition of a new sink, faucet, and wine refrigerator.

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    Add a sink

    A wet bar in close proximity to the dining room facilitates keeping guests' glasses full. The black sink ($126) picks up on the dark tones of the countertop.

    Peachtree Forge Ocilla Black 3.2 cast-acrylic self-rimming 18-inch round bar sink:

    The Home Depot; homedepot.com

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    Add a wine refrigerator

    What's a wet bar with out a wine cooler ($180)? Spirits and stemware stored together make impromptu entertaining a breeze, and a wine cooler keeps bottles chilled and ready to serve. Even better!

    Danby 35-bottle wine cooler: Best Buy; bestbuy.com

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    Add a bar faucet

    A simple chrome bar faucet ($155) coordinates with the cabinetry's chrome hardware and works well with the black sink.

    Tip: Get creative (and brave) with your sink-faucet combination. Introducing a mix of colors and materials that play well with your existing space creates a distinctive, unique look.

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