Bars at Home

Bars at Home

Heather Blaha
Oct 3, 2007

Especially with cold nights right around the corner, we prize our home liquor cabinet. We like having it stocked and ready for our various moods and tastes and for any time a guest comes over.

Another great piece in this month's ReadyMade issue includes "Bar Hopper" (below), a peek at a narrow broom closet turned mirrored bar that "harkens back to the bygone era when hosts offered guests a stiff drink no matter what time of day."

Our cabinet is part of an old Grundig Majestic stereo; the bar is lined with mirrors and a light goes on when the radio is on (pictured here). We're curious how you store your scotch (or vodka, or bourbon). An antique liquor cabinet? Visible open bar? Rolling tiki cart? Modern shelving? We want to know how you store, display, and use your at-home bar. Feel free to send in photos, we'd love to see!

(Re-published from a post dated 9/29/06)

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