Elegant Bar Cabinets to Fulfill Your Cocktail Needs
Sometimes your bar cart just isn’t enough. Whether you are not fond of them stylistically anymore or your bottle collection has grown, bar cabinets do sound like a good idea and a great addition to any dining room, living room, or even home offices.
Considering this, we have decided to present you a selection of some of the most elegant bar cabinets to fulfill your cocktail needs.
This Bohlend Cabinet, by Currey & Company, has a mix of materials — inlaid wood, brass that gives this bar cabinet a warm glow.
It looks good either open or closed. The pretty carnation pattern on the wooden doors gives it an elegant look.
The Pixel Cabinet by Boca do Lobo is composed by the impressing number of 1088 triangles, with an amazing diversity of finishes – silver leaf, gold leaf, lacquering, and 10 different types of wood leaf –, that carry the dedication and art of those who built it. Inside this bar cabinet, you find an aged mirror and “capitoné”.
The Pixel has a unique personality, with a strong and simultaneously sophisticated character.
The Serpent Bar, by the New Yorker Brett Beldock, has a clean and linear shape, with an amazing alligator print on the inlaid brass, which gives it a subtle Tom Ford kind of glamour.
The D. Heritage Cabinet is inspired in Portuguese history and culture. It features handpainted tiles on its pieces that tell tales and stories.
These tiles represent a landmark in Portuguese architecture made popular during the late 15th century and still used nowadays.
Inspired by a constellation lying on the celestial equator that is one of the brightest in the night sky, the Orion Cabinet is a truly remarkable piece of furniture made out of wood snuggled by a kind of a brass web whose structure reminds the Orion constellation.