LOVE this, although it's tricky if you want to use it for anything other than liquor bottles. Tall and skinny items only. We use it to store pasta containers & stacked ramekins. But this thing arrived in a huge box full of styrofoam peanuts. I'm glad it was safe & in one piece, but come on -- there are so many more ecofriendly, customer-friendly options than this. I haven't had to deal with so many bags of this stuff in years.
We have a small studio apartment downtown and this was the perfect solution for a bar area that we always wanted despite not having the space. Everyone that comes over always comments on how cool and different it is - definitely a conversation piece. Well-made and looks impressive.
We're looking forward to showing off our new liquor cabinet at Thanksgiving and an annual gathering of friends. It holds several regular size liquor bottles and coasters, providing ample space to make and mix drinks. We put four rocks glasses on the top rack and love the way it looks open and closed. Coukdn't be happier with this purchase.
Storing water and cocktails
We live in a two bedroom apartment in Manhattan, where every square foot counts. This floating bar is versatile and can be used to store other kitchen items. We opted to put a couple of our best liquor bottles on the side facing into the apartment and keep other items behind them for appearances sake.
New York, NY
I needed a little extra "counter" space and somewhere to store the few bottles of liquor kept on hand. This fits perfectly at the end of the counter in my galley kitchen. Doesn't take up too much space and looks great closed or open!