Five Stylish Bars For The Home

Your finest bottles deserve a stylish new home. As such, we’ve put together a heady list of the five most wondrous bars for the home. Take a look.

By Robb Report 25/05/2021

Your finest bottles deserve a stylish new home. As such, we’ve put together a heady list of the five most wondrous bars for the home. Take a look.


Edmondson Cabinet, Arteriors

Arteriors Edmondson Cabinet

A simple unit in terms of its design, the Edmondson cabinet captures everything that Art Deco devotees
have come to love about that period, including clean lines, a brass trim and ideal symmetries. In other words, if you want to make martinis and party like a hedonistic child of the 1920s (and why not?) then this is the throwback piece to have on hand. Approx. $11,480

Isidoro, Poltrona Frau

You can take Isidoro with you. Sort of. The 1.2-metre-tall saddle-leather bar is equipped with a handle on one side plus click-to-close clasps, so it can be snapped shut to travel with you like an unwieldy trunk. You’ll find it works best for shorter trips around the house, as the case has wheels for quick and easy maneuvering from the lounge to the dining room. Approx. $19,350

Spirit Steward, Skylar Morgan

So the name is not great, but you’re going to use it, not call it. Besides, this pared-back piece lets its materials do the talking. The case is made primarily of rosewood, a finish with a gorgeous array of natural colours in striped and swirled patterns. Open the flap door and there’s a smoked mirror inside, plus LED lights that let your top-shelf bottles shine. Approx. $12,990

Phoenix Drinks Cabinet, Julian Chichester

Inspired by the works of midcentury artists, the Phoenix cabinet resembles an abstract painting—one that you can reach inside and pull drinks out of. Its brass detailing and geometric shapes are retro without looking stuffy, and since it’s made with natural finishes like teal and white vellum, no two pieces will look exactly alike. Approx. $8,670

Tesaurus, Maxalto

Designed by Italian architect Antonio Citterio, Maxalto’s Tesaurus has all the flip-down shelving and discreet doors and drawers you want in a cabinet meant to hold your finest hooch. The aluminium base supports the curved wood structure—a maple interior with a smooth veneer of dramatically veined Chilean tineo—topped by black, white or
sepia-toned marble. Approx. $22,770


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