These functional but stylish bar cabinet designs are sure to be the life of any party. Raise your glass and lets toast!
Equator is full of “Portugal”: soul, navigators & discovery, represented by the embossed hammered copper and the elegant wood lines. The delicate and detailed craftsmanship equals one unique jewelry piece, mixing two necessities of the perfect lifestyle, traveling and celebrating.
Ideal for exclusive interiors, this exclusive piece of furniture can be placed in any living or dining room giving it an elegant style providing a journey of pure comfort and relaxation.
Mondrian cabinet arises with the aim of satisfying a different function. Intended to be a bar, this seductive piece brings a new form to the Mondrian family and is specially arranged to make it a perfect home for your splendid liquors and fine distilled spirits.
King Manuel I of Portugal is best known for his support of Portuguese maritime exploration. During his reign, Dom Manuel saw his fleet discover India, Brasil, and reach distant lands such as Greenland and Newfound Land, and solidified trading routes and agreements between Persia, China, Morocco, and Portugal. This noble cabinet draws inspirations from his legacy, the Manueline aesthetic and style, and pays a tribute to Portugal’s most influential epochs.
Monocles is a drinks cabinet produced in classic materials such as solid walnut wood, with additional brass features and front paneling. It is split into two sections: one with a set of shelves and drawers, accented by brass knurling knobs, and the other a stylish storage space for cocktails. The tapered legs give this cabinet a fresh and sleek look, comprising style and functionality.
A chic bar cabinet reveals the makings of cocktail hour, by Ralph Lauren Home.
Cooch Bar Cabinet – Goatskin / Brass by Scala Luxury
The Tectonic Bar embodies superlative quality and innovative design whilst epitomizing the intricacy and precision of fine craftsmanship at its best. The interior shimmers with an exquisite glow that seems to burst from within.
A secret button is employed to unlock the Bar cabinet enabling the doors to open, setting a mechanism in motion to rotate the Bar columns, revealing specialist LINLEY cocktail accessories; everything you need to create a bespoke cocktail of choice.
Expertly crafted from a decommissioned English 1970s R.A.F. MK1 practice cluster bomb, with mirror-polished aluminum and steel exterior opening to reveal a polished brass and black lacquered walnut shelving unit, with three central revolving glass shelves on a gold-plated spindle; designed by Ben and Harry Tucker.
This exceptional, custom-made drinks cabinet is exquisitely crafted from a 1970s missile and is breath-taking in both beauty and design.
88 Secrets Bar by Nika Zupanc for Scarlet Splendour
This magnificent cabinet is a modern interpretation of a piece by Jacques-Emile Rhulmann (1879-1933) and features geometric shapes that create an impressive objet d’art with a central engraved decoration adorning the front panels covering the doors based on a drawing by Alfred Janniot (1886-1969). The exteriors are covered in bronzed mirror with an antique finish and details in silver leaf.
This polyhedron bar cabinet was inspired by Ico Parisi, who designed a similar rolling bar in 1955. Three drop-down doors opening to a huge inside cabinet recovered with ivory colored ostrich leather. Large place to stock glasses and bottles.
The polyhedron piece is joining a base through two wooden arms. The cabinet is on wheels. The black lacquered wood is decorated with nickel plated metal elements, as well as the handles of the doors. A wow piece, to enjoy your cocktail and to impress your guests at the same time. Edited in Italy in the 1970s and restored recently.