Hosting Cocktails? Impress Your Guests With These Bar Cabinets

Hosting Cocktails? Impress Your Guests With These Bar Cabinets

Hosting Cocktails? Impress Your Guests With These Bar Cabinets If you’re entertaining after months of isolation, you need more flair than bottles stashed in a drab kitchen cupboard. Here, furniture that will beautify those Scotch decanters but still cost less than built-ins. If the 2020s are going to roar as stylishly as the 1920s, we need furniture dedicated to hooch. “People are looking for ways to entertain at home gracefully,” said Laura Neuman, the principal of PepperJack Interiors in Loomis, Calif., who has installed bar cabinets as affordable alternatives to built-in bars. Adding the latter to your home involves the services of so many tradespeople—tile mason, plumber, cabinet maker—that it can become a demanding (and expensive) project, she said. We’ve scouted out five new liquor lockers that can handsomely stand in for a home bar. But before you impulse-buy any of them, make sure the one you choose plays amiably with the rest of your decor, suggested Jessica Harris, manager of production design for national furniture retailer Living Spaces. “A cabinet with tapered legs or one made from Lucite or …
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