Make A DIY Bar From A Vintage Trunk

Make A DIY Bar From A Vintage Trunk

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Sarah Rae Smith
Nov 9, 2009
Having lived in extra small spaces before, we've often run across the need to store some of our kitchen items, well, out of the kitchen. One of the easiest things to pawn off into another room is your home barware and stash of adult beverages.

We've always had a thing for home bars, and there was a great roundup of them last week over at Apartment Therapy Los Angeles, though this trunk turned home bar, was found over at the ever helpful, Readymade.

This vintage trunk-hack has pro looks without minimal effort. You'll need a trip to your local hardware store for casters, plywood, aluminum corner channel (to create a finished edge) and a few nails and screws. It's a project that has a lot of bang for its buck with it's vintage-modern looks. Check out the full tutorial over at Readymade, there's only 11 steps from start to finish!

Related: Cocktail Basics: DIY Grenadine Syrup

(Image: Readymade)

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