It’s almost weekend which means it’s time to chill down, go out, visiting bars and toast with your friends on life. If you are going to enjoy the nightlife in any city and – like me – enjoy the interior of bars you would notice the way they present drinks. In bars the liquor is always so nicely stored. In front of changing light backgrounds or hanging in shot constructions, but always out in the open. At a bar it’s perfectly normal, but at home visitors might think you’re an alcoholic, so here is the solution! These awesome creative liquor storage options make sure your booze is perfectly stored and easy to access. Whether you go for handmade and customized trunks or a multifunctional world globe. Enjoy your weekend! Cheers!
[dropcap]L[/dropcap]et’s start with the In Vogue Black & White Globe Bar by Bar Globe World. These little bars are easy to relocate and beautiful on the eye. The Globes are hand made and finished in Italy.
Tired of looking at the world? Open up and have a drink!
A couple of weeks a go I spotted these customized trunks by Royal Trunk & Co. Goal of the creative designers: ‘Turn this legendary object into a piece of furnish that people can show in their homes’. From my own experience the big trunks go back to the entertainment and theaters of the 70’s, and didn’t contain liquor but clothes and accessories. But I’m fan! Royal Trunk & Co offers you a way to co-create your own luxury trunk. Again hand made in Italy (those Italians know their talent!).
As a modern technology ‘geek’ I couldn’t stop looking at the implemented iPad and even sound system.
And last but not least a more modern approach to creative liquor storage. Also easy to DIY if you don’t have 2 left hands 😉 This Walnut Bar is designed by furniture artist Peter Pierobon. I featured this bar earlier on my Facebook page, but couldn’t help myself featuring it here as a third creative liquor storage way.
Which one is your favorite?
Have a nice weekend!
Photos via mentioned websites