By Jessica Bowne | January 6, 2015 |
Home & Real Estate
With dropping temperatures comes the reluctance to step outside. So, we build the ideal home bar and minimize our outdoor ventures.
Libations Bar Cart, Crate & Barrel ($600). King of Prussia Mall, 610-354-9600
Go vintage with this two-level bar cart that pulls double duty as a chic piece of eye candy for your guests.
Rock Wine Stopper, Michael Aram ($50). Bloomingdale's, King of Prussia Mall, 610-337-6300
Turn your bottle of vino into a work of art with this gilded rock wine stopper by Michael Aram.
Animalia Coasters, Jonathan Adler ($78). 33 N. Third St., 215-574-1999
This four-piece porcelain set is made with real gold and is the perfect blend of style and necessity.
Moya Liqueur Glasses, LSA International ($46 for two). lekkerhome.com
Serve after-dinner drinks in these futuristic glasses defined by their eclectic shape.
Waiters' Corkscrew, Laguiole En Aubrac ($200). Williams-Sonoma, 200 S. Broad St., 215-545-7392
You’ll want to keep this impressive, multi-tool Laguiole En Aubrac corkscrew on full view even after you pop open a bottle.
Plain Square Decanter, Baccarat ($180). Neiman Marcus, King of Prussia Mall, 610-962-6200
This pristine decanter made of hand-cut crystal stands as a functional piece of art.
Classic Lismore Tumbler, Waterford ($300 for four). waterford.com
Enjoy a finely crafted cocktail or a scotch on the rocks in these classic 9 oz. glasses with Waterford’s signature etched pattern.
Cut Glass Collection Cocktail Shaker, Pottery Barn ($30). King of Prussia Mall, 610-265-4007
Shaken or stirred? Give your guests the option with these beautiful colored-glass cocktail shakers.
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