We aren't big drinkers in my household, but it's nice to have a little something around for guests. Which means our liquor cabinet needs aren't much: No glass and mirrored giant in the corner of the living room. That's why I'm taken with these nifty DIY ideas. I'd love to create a small liquor cabinet (that doesn't necessarily look
like one) with nothing but elbow grease and little to none of the green stuff.
This just-right-for-bottles shelving was made inside an old ironing board niche.
An old suitcase hanging on the wall (complete with tags) has been transformed into a small liquor cabinet.
A vintage French grocer's cabinet has been converted into a tall, slim (and space-saving) liquor cabinet in this example.
This weathered metal cabinet may look like a nifty table for an entrance hall, but it holds its liquor with the best of them!
A barrister bookcase makes a perfect little liquor cabinet.
Where do you stash your liquor? Is it right out in the open, or hidden away in a cupboard or bar cabinet?
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(Images: Sunset, The Awesomer, The Selby, A Day in May via Design*Sponge, Lottie and Doof)