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by Fran Loosen last modified Apr 05, 2013 04:05 AM
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liquor cabinet

Posted by Fran Loosen at November 19. 2005

My husband and I are looking for a liquor cabinet for our living room, something that would house bottles out of the way but provide a spot for glasses, possibly serving, etc. Anybody seen anything cool out there?



Re: liquor cabinet

Posted by Maribel Detablan Singhofen at November 21. 2005

Don't know what kind of finish or price range you guys are looking for but
How about these:

More expensive but eco friendly with simple lines:
(This looks like it comes from a line with many configs)

I goggled around and found this site:
look under bar and barstools. Looks like they serve the Boston area and I'm not sure if you can order if you're from elseware but they have decent prices for unique looking stuff.

My ulimate want though is this or something similar in a dark wenge:
Love that it holds so much, is compact but when opened it has so much serving space. And it has hidden castors. Mobility is the best.
well, good luck!


Re: liquor cabinet

Posted by Fran Loosen at November 22. 2005

Great! Thanks for the leads!


Re: liquor cabinet

Posted by Dina Davis at September 25. 2012
I live in south Florida. We have a local company that makes the most beautiful custom bars.
Perhaps something like this will suit you.
The company's name is Dayoris & this is their site:
Good luck:)

Re: liquor cabinet

Posted by Mr Ricky at April 05. 2013

Lots of informations and online site.You can go online store for this. The online stores is the best way for buy.If you want to keep your homemade simple syrup, opened mixers and condiments close at hand, buy a small mini-refrigerator to set near your liquor cabinet and keep these items cold.check link 

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