Who doesn't like a drink after a hard day in the office, a stressful day with your kids, or eve after visiting that crazy aunt of yours?
Personally, I don't need a reason for a little drink here and there. It's a great form of relaxation (in moderation, guys) and mostly everything I consume, I consume for taste.
My husband and I look forward to 'Wednesday Wine Night' and often hold back on any alcohol till that mid-week treat.
Here are some ideas for creating your own bar cart and you don't have to splurge to do so!
All images are sourced via Pinterest which you can find the link to my account here.
1. Table top
I know, you don't have much space to add another piece of furniture in your home.
This cost-effective option will allow you to have a lovely display of drinks at the ready, without losing prime real estate.
All you need is a nice tray, some crystal from the cabinet and away you go!
2. Drinks cabinet
A good way to conceal your alcohol from children or dust!
Keeping your drinks in a cabinet will not only keep your drinks station neat and tidy, but the cabinet can act as another feature item in the home.
The bar on wheels, or the tiny tray topped bar - the perfect low commitment piece that you can relocate due to its size, pack away or reuse for other purposes.
4. The mini bar
A more intentional set up, complete with artworks or signs to say, "we're open!"
This type of bar is best suited for those who have that spare wall or windowsill which could do with a little something extra.
Perfect for your flow of guests, casual dinners with your family or partners, or simply for your ritualistic attendance.
If drinking is a problem for you, please seek help via the appropriate channels. In no way, shape or form does jessicapizzin.com encourage or promote the consumption of alcohol.
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Jessica Pizzin does not take ownership of any of the images used on this website. Images are sourced from Pinterest.