Shake up a bar setup with accent furniture for any palette.
Eye on the Sky
Touch the clouds and sip your vodka drink of choice.
From Julian Chichester, the Pollock drinks cabinet makes a statement whether open or closed. The bi-fold vellum doors have gilt bottle racks on the inside and fold all the way back for a practical, yet chic presentation. The lighted interior has an eglomise panel on the back that frames glass and pull-out vellum. us.julianchichester.com
Simple in design and sturdy in construction, the Vitreous bar chair from IMAX is crafted from acrylic, known for its strength and for being lightweight. www.imaxcorp.com
Sagebrook Home’s metal and marble rolling bar cart glitters in Gold Metal. Its marble shelves mimic the look of the clouds above. www.sagebrookhome.com
Traditional Martini Elegance
Pearls not included: These products epitomize grace and timeless style.
Fittingly called Mix-ology, this bar cabinet from Caracole features a striking blue sandstone top with brown and gray veins and trimming with crisscrossing metal handles in Whisper of Gold. Finished all around the piece, the elegantly curved doors open with metal pulls to reveal storage for hanging wine glasses, bottles of wine and other bar essentials. This cabinet rests on modern triangular legs fitted in custom metal ferrules. www.caracole.com
Gold-colored metal and a glass top make the Highland Park bar cart from Hooker Furniture shimmer. Measures 36.75 inches tall and 42 inches wide. www.hookerfurniture.com
Abbyson’s Versailles bar stool lives up to its namesake. The classic tufted back and ivory velvet make for a luxurious place to sip a cocktail. Louis XIV himself couldn’t ask for much more. www.abbyson.com
Jack Daniels and Hollywood Glam
Frank Sinatra would’ve felt right at home with these stylish picks.
Reminiscent of the distinctive pagodas so common in Asian architecture, the Odeon bar cart from Currey & Co. embraces the chinoiserie trend but in a modern way. A Seneca Gold Leaf finish accentuates the wrought iron framework, while light Roche antique mirror surfaces will hold its libations in great style. www.curreycodealers.com
In designing its Galapagos bar cabinet, Global Views designers took inspiration from turtle shells of the oversized species in the Galapagos Islands. The carved dark wood sets off the contrasting brass hardware. Includes two bottom drawers and 10 wine bottle storage holes. www.globalviews.com
Sit in style with the Hearst bar stool from Worlds Away. The low back, leather cushion and brass finish make for a glamorous yet comfortable seat. www.worlds-away.com
Gin and Contemporary Tonic
Rounded edges, neutrals and overall sleekness make for a tart and refreshing finish.
The doors on the Roller bar unit from Roche Bobois roll open on each side, allowing one or both sides to stay open for display. Legs are made of solid beech with a matte or glossy lacquer finish. www.roche-bobois.com
The anatomy and movement of a beetle — its shape, shells, sutures, rigid outside and soft inside — inspired the design of GamFratesi’s playful Beetle stool. www.suiteny.com
The Verra mobile bar by BDI features a micro-etched glass surface all over that’s durable and super easy to clean. Available in Aqua, Oyster and Black (shown here). The center storage drawer has a stemware rack incorporated underneath that locks the glasses in place so they don’t collide or fall. www.bdiusa.com