Cabinets are a versatile piece of furniture that can be used as a storage unit for many products and a great asset for your ornament. Buffets And Cabinets went on a hunt for new ideas, and here is a selection of exceptional bar cabinet for your enjoyment.
Loving cubic shapes? The Picadilly Eclectic cabinet by Boca Do Bolo is then a must have in your living room. Being a rather tall and large piece, it will host many of your wines & liquors, alongside any item you decide to place in it.
Up next is one of the greatest exclusive design for a cabinet that has been crafted yet, and is a homage to Mondrian by Japanese designer Shiro Kuramata. Five out of the seven drawers can be opened, hosting as many spots to store your wine bottles. The painting honoured with this bar cabinet is the famous Composition II in Red, Blue and Yellow from 1930.
With modest dimensions compared to the previous choices, this revolving end table by Armani / Casa is an ideal pick if you are looking for something discreet, subtle and charming to store liquors and spirits. It will disclose its secrets to the most curious ones only.
However, when it comes to cabinets, some luxury brands would rather take a classic approach for their design, without trimming on style and convenience, as observable below. Perfect to store wines alongside the required glasses and tools!
Made of carefully crafted wood with a metallic support, this cabinet is decorated with the recognizable pattern of the ginkgo tree leaves. This combination of materials alongside the decoration makes this cabinet a very specific one, which only matches with the most carefully decorated interiors.
Made of wood covered with silver leaves and a metallic support, the Boca Do Lobo’s Oporto Cabinet is a wonderful example of what can be achieved by talented craftsmen when given the right tools and materials.
Below is displayed the “Serpent Bar”, named liked this because of the reptile scale aspect of its 2 doors, completed by a dark wooden structure. It is a large and convenient storage that can host many of your preferred bottles.
As we already know, any cabinet or buffet can be an embellishment, in addition to its useful aspect. The underneath photograph features the embodiment of that theory, with a magnificent buffet with golden handles, here slightly decorated with colourful bowls.
Second to last on this list is a piece that holds a special place in our hearts; as nothing like this has been seen before. Although it does not hold as many bottles as the other cabinets or buffets, it compensates with its design and appeal.
To conclude, here is a baroque-inspired piece by Boca Do Lobo. The Victoria Cabinet has a nicely carved based and a bright yellow tint inside, contrasting with its lacquered outside.