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Furniture designers have long been the silent, great Oz types behind our office, living room, bedroom and meticulous kitchen spaces. While we give them credit for placing thoughtful importance into what matters to the masses, we also need their advice when it comes time to let loose. In this week’s round up of the best and brightest trends, we tackle the bar scene – or perhaps better said, our inner most desire to throw, and be invited to, the ultimate cocktail party.
Shifting inside, check out the Sidebar liquor cabinet by urbancase. Made in Seattle, WA, designers Darin Montgomery and Trey Jones put Walnut wood and a white Corian countertop together in a concise, compartmentalized fashion. Aside from serving as a focal point of handcrafted carpentry splendor, it also shows off a drop front door, pull-out drawer and a sliding panel containing two hidden spaces within.
To start with, we head outside to meet the Wallbanger mounted bar by Loll. Its minimal design features a hinged panel door that folds down to double as a work surface, and an interior shelf for all of your bartending paraphernalia. In an eco-friendly and spatially-efficient design – it is constructed out of 256 recycled milk jugs! – the outdoor Wallbanger cabinet comes in 9 different colors and is non-porous by nature for serving it up neat.
For the highly adaptable (or obnoxiously indecisive) crowd, James de Wulf tackled the indoor/outdoor bar cart for all of your spirited pleasures. With an ultra-thin concrete countertop reinforced with durable carbon fiber, the Concrete Bar Cart equates to the “party in a box” notion, but in a somewhat refined and definitely hose-friendly sort of way.