Vintage Furniture Becomes a Bar

Vintage Furniture Becomes a Bar

Sarah Coffey
Oct 6, 2009

Now that the days are getting a little cooler, we're looking forward to entertaining at home and warming up our guests with a nicely stocked bar. Instead of buying a brand new liquor cabinet, why not go green (and maybe save some cash in the process) by repurposing a vintage or thrift store find into a home bar?

  1. A vintage industrial Epiphone Cabinet from Factory 20 has been re-envisioned as a modern bar, with a door for beers and a hutch for glasses.
  2. Flea marketer extraordinaire Eddie Ross transformed a fluted column side table into a bar with little more than a new coat of paint and some strategically arranged liquor bottles.
  3. Christy and John found an antique medicine cabinet that fit perfectly inside a nook under the stairs. They added a wall shelf for drink glasses and...voila...a perfect home bar!
  4. Alex's console table is a DIY project that's easy for just about anyone to pull off. Find an antique silver tray, artfully arrange some booze on it, and give it a place of honor in your home.
  5. Sam's DIY mini bar was made from a vintage stereo cabinet. He added a wine rack to spruce it up.

Photos: Factory 20, Eddie Ross, Sarah Coffey, Rachael Grad, Sam Morgan

posted originally from: AT:Chicago

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