At our friends house yesterday for the big game and our friend says "I want you to build me a wet bar".
They have a big room and this is the lower floor of a bay style house with actual living quarters above. The have a stand alone dry bar but want a wet bar behind it along the wall. Like a built in. corner of wall on the left side, a corner of the room on the other...about 110 inches of actual cabinet space available.
The wife's main wish is to have upper cabinets with glass doors so she can display her collection of glassware (collected through the years).
She only want an 18 inch wide counter top but their little apartment style refrigerator is almost 20 inches deep, so I pointed that out.
Is there a minimum counter top depth standard or is it whatever the customer wants?
I would prefer to go the regular 24 inch cabinets.
I have a rough sketch that she loves so that might be the end of it. I need to do more designing of the upper cabinets. I don't like the way they drew up.
Notes: The plumbing has already been roughed in for the sink. There is an elect outlet for counter top use and one at normal lower height for the refrigerator. That is why I put the fridge in that spot. The elect is right behind it. And her hubby is an electrician so he can make any needed alterations.
I did mention to her the left most base cabinet could be built with an opening for a microwave with a drawer below it. She hadn't even thought about a microwave. I was thinking nachos! To heck with having to go up and down those stairs.
All thoughts and ideas appreciated. Pics would be great.