Are you a wine enthusiast? Don’t miss these fantastic bar cabinet ideas!
Let’s face it we’ve all accumulated quite a selection of liquor or bottles of wine over the last few months. With the cold season knocking on our doors, and the year fast coming to a close, chances are you’re in search of a place to store your new liquor collection. Meet the bar cabinet, the middle kid between the sideboards and the bar carts. They make a great investment piece of furniture because they are built to tuck away all your libation-related products and add a beautiful decorative feature to your home.
But when it comes to finding the perfect bar cabinet ideas, you’re going to have a lot of decisions to make. They come in almost every style imaginable, from modern to industrial, and in different shapes and sizes to match your room. To help you get started on your shopping trip, we’ve been browsing the web for our favorite bar cabinet ideas on the market today.
Here are the best bar cabinet ideas to lift your home bar game.
Best Bar Cabinet Ideas
Daybreak Cabinet, $998
This is one of the adorable bar cabinet ideas. It’s not actually a bar cabinet, of course, but Anthropologie’s Daybreak Cabinet will function well as one. It’s all about Art Deco in this piece, with half-moon brass hardware inlaid with a geometric resin sun motif taking center stage. Radiation from these handles is made of hardwood rays that add great texture to the doors of the cabinet.
There are three adjustable shelves inside which means that you can set them to the perfect height to fit your bottles and barware. The cabinet comes in two finishes: a richer, walnut-like wood and a weathered gray wood that’s giving us modern-farmhouse vibes.
West Cane Bar Cabinet, $1,999.00
Do you like these bar cabinet ideas? Crafted by HGTV star Leanne Ford for Crate & Barrel, the West Charcoal Cane Cabinet is more eclectic than you would think: the round silhouette is reminiscent of classic Chinese circular shelving, while the woven cane has a modern mid-century flare. In its charcoal color, the cabinet lends well to oriental-style black lacquer furniture, while in its natural color, it fits perfectly at home in a bohemian-style room.
When you open the door to the drum, you’ll find two fixed shelves for bottles of liquor as well as storage for bottles of wine. The frame also has a bonus shelf, which is perfect for decorating things like vases or some fake greenery.
Leonie Luxe Bar Cabinet, $1,598.00
If you live in a crowded apartment or a smaller space, chances are you’ve persuaded yourself that there’s no room for a chic bar cabinet. That’s where the Cabinet of the Leonie Luxe Bar comes in. Although this piece appears smaller than the typical bar cabinets, this statement piece adds a soft but elegant aspect to your home. The warm neutral cream color makes it simple to fit with any style, while the curved cylinder shape, the mirrored top, and the gold highlights help to enhance the design of the piece.
Jonathan Adler Reform Circle Bar, $3,995.00
If you’re into the concept of a bold declaration, look no further than Jonathan Adler’s Reform Circle Bar. This medallion-like cabinet is made of a hand-hammered sheet of brass with a geometric design in the middle, influenced by Brutal temples and churches such as Le Corbusier’s Notre-Dame du Haut in Ronchamp, France. It is designed to be mounted on a wall or to be mounted on sputnik-like legs. Behind the shimmering façade is a modest cupboard space, divided by a wine shop, three adjustable shelves, and a drawer.
Williston Forge Munich Bar Cabinet, $289.99( 34% Off)
If you’re looking for a piece with hints of an industrial theme, select Williston Forge’s Munich Bar Cabinet. This cabinet features a wooden counter, which sits on a metal cabinet frame with mesh doors and walls. Think of the uber-chic storage locker that houses the alcohol instead of the miscellaneous appliances.
There are two stemware racks on one side of the inside of the cabinet, each holding three glasses, and an open space underneath for taller bottles and other objects. On the other side of the unit, a single fixed shelf is suitable for stainless glasses or smaller bottles. The entire cabinet rests on casters, so it’s mobile much like a bar cart, except it’s a much larger piece of furniture.
Fayette Bar Cabinet, $1,299.00
This curved cabinet blends mango and an oak veneer with a marble top in a minimalist style. Open it and you’ll find a stemware rack and three adjustable shelves with notches to hold your bottles in place.
Ludlow Trunk Bar Cabinet, $1,799.00
These bar cabinet ideas are cleverly made to look like an antique trunk, a piece that makes a big statement. It contains shelves both in the main part of the cabinet and in the sides, along with a stalk rack and bottle cubicles.
If you’re a wine enthusiast, these bar cabinet ideas and home bar ideas will surely make your home look chic and stunning. Which bar cabinet ideas do you love most? Feel free to share with us.