If you’re anything like us, you’re running out of room in your kitchen for your wineglasses, liquor and bar tools. You could start storing them in your oven and do away with plates, but the better solution is to get a home bar.
With a home bar, you can stay in your PJs on your couch without any guilt, because you’ll tell everyone you’re going to the bar. And you won’t be lying.
Thanks to the quirky design of this furniture full of character (and booze), they’ll probably want to join you.
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Nothing's better than a cocktail on vacation, and you can channel that feeling whenever you want with this travel-inspired bar. A suitcase with city names plastered all over it in front hides a bar with bottle and glass storage and two drawers. French Heritage, $1,434
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The world is full of fun drinking opportunities, as proven by this standing globe that opens up to reveal a bar inside. Store your bottles and glasses on the bottom or inside. Amazon, $130
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Luckily, the wheels on this bar go round and round, which means it can follow you wherever you go. This piece features an iron frame and weathered wood shelves, giving it an industrial look. Once you've decided where to park yourself (and your liquor), lock the wheels and remove the top tray for easy entertaining. Overstock, $235
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What's cooler than a vintage upcycled bar? One that was a light bulb-testing machine in its former life. This massive iron item from the 1920s was salvaged from a factory in Germany and turned into a place to store all your drinks, vintage or not. Not only is it a great bar, it's a serious stunner and conversation-starter. Restoration Hardware, $1,995
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Modeled on a 1920s industrial iron sphere, this bar provides a window to the future, and it's looking pretty hazy. That's because inside the glass doors of this large porthole window set atop a pipework base are your alcoholic treasures. Restoration Hardware, $1,995
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If you're going for the downtown Chandelier-sparking lounge look, this faux-leather bar with a tufted front dotted with rhinestones will do the trick. Dim the lights and blast the music, and you'll forget you're at home. Wayfair, $625
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Who says booze isn't a utility? This utility bar is, let's be honest, nothing more than a glorified drink trolley. The light blue adds a pop of color to any room and the compact design leaves room for other things, like a beer fridge. Ikea, $30