Styling Your Wet Bar And Entry Hall Table

  Styling Wet Bar and Entry Hall Table

Styling Your Wet Bar and Entry Hall Table

Here are some tips for styling your wet bar and entry hall table! I love bringing you guys into my home to see more of my décor styles and some tips I have for decorating yours as well! To get started in the wet bar area I really wanted this to be a very clean and simple look. We don’t have much alcohol in the house to use as décor for this area so I went a different direction. I am huge fan of fresh flowers so I found these fake ones that look so real! I also added this shark tooth picture to bring in some darker tones and to cover the light switches! My favorite part about this wet bar is the antique finish of the glass. It adds a little flare, plus it hides any clutter you don’t want showing through the glass!

Now on to the entry way! I love the glow of a lamp when you first walk in, especially if you front door doesn’t have any glass. Nobody wants to walk into a dark and gloomy house. Warm and inviting is what I strive for! I used another fake orchid in this space because greenery is always a nice touch. Plus, with no natural light everything would do otherwise.

If you live in Atlanta, I bought the mirror and chest at Scott’s Antique Market but the chest is missing some hardware so I’m planning on buying some from architectural accents, stacked boxes from Joseph Konrad and the fake orchid from Webb Marsteller. The lamp is Visual Comfort….my fave! In the bar area, I bought the lamp and fake lilies from Mathew’s Furniture  and the horse hair key chain is from Hunter Collective!

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Jess Cathell

Jess Cathell is an Atlanta based lifestyle and interior creator, designer, and tastemaker. With years of experience in home decor and a portfolio ranging from farm house to the beach, Jess is known for creating balanced spaces with notes of the unexpected. Inspired by the fusion of traditional elements with bold contemporary design, she has developed a clear transitional style. Her most recent work can be found in the Atlanta Magazine as a tribute to the modern home work space. She has collaborated with brands such as Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn, and is continually looking to connect with local and sustainable sources.

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9 Comments

  1. 2.28.18

    Pretty! Flowers look so real!

  2. 3.9.18

    You have beautifully styled your wet bar and entry hall table. I really liked these pictures. These are pretty.

  3. 3.30.18
    SjP said:

    Gorgeous wet bar! Where are your cabinets from?

  4. 6.23.18
    Jennifer said:

    Beautiful! What gray/blue paint color did you use on your lower cabinets in The wet bar? Would love to know. Want to use the same color for my wet bar. Thank you!

    • 6.24.18
      jesscathell said:

      It’s Black Fox from Sherwin Williams 😉

  5. 8.19.18
    abw said:

    Love the antiqued glass for bar backsplash. where did it come from & what level of antiquing did you choose? Oh! And are you still happy with it? Thank you!!

    • 8.29.18
      jesscathell said:

      My contractor is sending him back to do another space and I will get his info and the glass info too. LOVE how it turned out! -J

  6. 2.13.20
    carolyn underwood said:

    Loved that table, the ‘wet bar’ and entry table!! Where can I find one similar in 42″ tall???

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