18 Luxe Bar Cabinets That Will Make You Crave a Martini

Shaken, not stirred.


There comes a time in every adult's life when a bar cart just won't do anymore. In which case, it might be time to upgrade to a bar cabinet. These functional gems are a great addition to a dining room, living room, or even home office. Taller than a credenza and outfitted with storage spaces for bottles and stemware, the functional pieces are a spirit connoisseurs best friend. Ahead, the 18 best bar carts on the market right now.

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West Elm
Vivien Bar Cabinet By West Elm

The grooved details of this Old Hollywood style cabinet conceal a bevy of handy interior compartments.

$799, West Elm

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Crate and Barrel
Oxford Black Bar Cabinet By Crate and Barrel

An Art Deco showpiece in brass and black acacia.

$1599, Crate and Barrel

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Suspend II Tall Bar Cabinet By CB2

A backsplash of gray-veined Carrara-style marble give this tall unit—one of CB2's alltime bestselling pieces—a touch of class; three discrete cabinets allow you to store wines, spirit, and glassware separately.

$999, CB2

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Pottery Barn
Brooklyn Corner Bar By Pottery Barn

If you don't have space for a behemoth unit, this caddy corner option with its zinc top and kiln-dried rubberwood base might be just the ticket.

$499, Pottery Barn

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Eye-Con Bar Cabinet By Now House by Jonathan Adler

A cheeky piece in glossy white lacquer; open it up to reveal a poppy sapphire interior.

$698, Amazon

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Christopher Churchill
Isidoro Cabinet By Jean-Marie Massaud

This leather-sheathed bar cabinet calls out for a sleek bachelor pad. The craftsmanship is superb, with lots of luxurious details, like the self-closing drawer and silver-toned hardware.

$8,500, Poltrona Frau

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Christopher Churchill
Bohlend Cabinet By Currey & Company

The mix of materials — inlaid wood, brass — gives
this handsome cabinet a warm glow. It looks good open or closed. The pretty blue felt lining the drawers comes as a little surprise.

$10,990, Currey & Company

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Christopher Churchill
Happy Hour Liquor Cabinet By Feyz

This is everything you need in a bar cabinet. Inside, there’s plenty of space for storage, and the top can be used as a buffet for serving. The turned brass legs are beautiful, but the standout feature is the built-in icebox: You can pour ice right into it.

$12,000, Feyz Studio

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Christopher Churchill
Pollock Drinks Cabinet By Julian Chichester

Both inside and out, this vellum-and-oak cabinet has a
stately, old-world feel. The mirrored back panel, the pretty
bottle racks and the vintage-looking escutcheons on the
inside of the folding double doors are all nice touches.

$11,985, Julian Chichester

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Christopher Churchill
Corrdior Bar By BDI

With the glass top, stemware rack and all that storage, this cabinet can function as a hardworking bar while still holding its own aesthetically.

$2,199, BDI

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Christopher Churchill
Serpent Bar By Brett Beldock

The shape of this bar cabinet is clean and linear, but the alligator print on the inlaid brass gives it a subtle Tom Ford kind of glamour.

$999, CB2

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Christopher Sturman
Seymour Bar Cabinet

Clad in faux Shagreen, this modern bar takes its cue from Hollywood Regency style.

$2,995, Williams Sonoma

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Dansu Bar Cabinet By Laura Kirar

Walnut and ebony veneers and brass hardware dress up this bar, which has a black leather-inset top. In addition to a side door and drawer, there's a pulldown hatch with a mirrored interior.

$8,445, Baker

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Line Bar

With its rectilinear shape and slatted exterior, this bar cart has a handsome, natural look that would work in both a modern space and in a country house.

$3,585, DWR

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The ash-veneer bar pays tribute to midcentury modernism with its stainless steel legs. The practical white-glass top also lightens its look.

$1,504 Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

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Homage to Mondrian by Shiro Kuramata

This graphic lacquered cabinet is a nod to the painter Piet Mondrian and the focal point of any room. Five of the seven color blocks open as doors or drawers for storing barware.

$15,445, Cappellini

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This Gustavian-style cupboard, with its linear grooved front and antiqued finish, looks rustic and lived-in — perfect for a country house.

$2,125, Chelsea Textiles

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