Small liquor cabinet in a mid century modern style
If you’re looking for a durable, beautiful piece that will last you for years, select a relatively minimalist piece in a dark wood! A mid-century modern piece, for example, is distinctive enough to appear stylish but isn’t overly detailed. The parallel lines of this piece draw the eye, and will be easy to match with your existing aesthetic.
We also love a two-toned style moment! The silvery legs on this piece keep it updated and fresh. Consider purchasing a few different sets of legs you can easily swap out for your cabinet, so you can update it as you like.
Whiskey cabinet with farmhouse appeal
Perhaps your personal style veers a little more towards pastels and X-framed cabinets. We love a farmhouse liquor cabinet, particularly when it comes with space for organizing wine glasses and making drinks on top!
When you’re looking for a farmhouse cabinet, you’re looking for clean lines, light colors, and sturdy construction. Much like the minimalist cabinet above, a farmhouse cabinet can be styled many ways….but where the above cabinet is heavy and dark, this one is light and bright!
Mini liquor cabinet with glass front doors
If you’ve got a lot of liquor bottles, it can be a pain to have to dig through all of them to make the drink that you want.
A glass-front cabinet can make your life a lot easier. Why? You’ll be able to see everything you own at a glance. You’ll be able to show off your liquor bottles for the pieces of art they often are. And you’ll be able to know quickly when it’s time to stock up—you won’t be met with an unfortunate surprise when you have friends over for a drink!
We love a pastel tone on a liquor cabinet to keep a heavy-looking piece of furniture looking fresh and light, too.
Liquor cabinet ideas for a rustic style
However, pastel’s not for everyone. Want your home to look a little more natural, or even rustic? Don’t paint anything. Leave the beautiful luster of wood to look good all by itself!
For extra points, find a cabinet that’s been made out of reclaimed wood. Look for accessories, too, such as a liquor cabinet that includes a shelf, wine rack, and glass storage above!
Wondering what metal pairs best with reclaimed wood for accents on rustic pieces? We’d go with some lovely cast or forged iron in that case.
Small whiskey cabinet that can fit in a corner of your room
Want to have a great liquor cabinet, but you don’t really have the space for one?
News alert: If you have a spare corner in your home, you have the room for a rounded corner liquor cabinet. We love a piece of furniture that takes advantage of all of the real estate you have!
With a handy open shelf as well as doors that reveal more shelving inside, this corner cabinet can store a surprising amount of liquor and glasses. That’s just what you need when space is short: Something that fits anywhere, and can store a lot!
Small liquor cabinet ideas for updated rustic looks
Like the idea of a rustic cabinet, but want something that’s a little more modern? A wooden cabinet on high metal legs with a light stain and simple accents is minimal, stylish, and useful. It’ll look good with similar simple styles, such as Scandi, modern, and minimal.
When you’re looking for a bar cabinet specifically, you can get creative with your shelving options. For example, this cabinet has built-in diagonal shelving—perfect for storing bottles beautifully and efficiently.
Whiskey display cabinet with storage on the outside
One of the benefits of a liquor cabinet is simple: It keeps your liquors, glasses, and accessories tucked away, out of sight. While this works for some, there are times when you want your bottles out in the open.
For a modern, eclectic look, go for grey tones, mixed materials such as smooth wood and steely aluminum, and mix open and closed storage. Trust us—it’ll offer both utility and style.
Whiskey storage cabinet that takes advantage of vertical storage
Short on square footage, but got vertical space to spare?
This smaller liquor cabinet packs a lot of room into a tiny space! With closed-off storage, a wine rack, hanging wineglass storage and even a little counter to make drinks on, this cabinet has all of the bases covered. Available in a cool-toned grey walnut, this contemporary cabinet is smooth, sleek, and ready to compliment a modern minimalist aesthetic.
Open frame industrial liquor cabinet made of wire and wood
It’s time to round out our list with an open-concept liquor cabinet. This cabinet can double as a slim console or buffet—anywhere you need your drinks and glasses immediately on hand. The sleek wood paired with the thin wiring is great for an industrial or eclectic look, depending on how you style it. The wire shelving is sturdy, ready to hold all of your liquor bottles securely for as long as you need.
Whiskey cabinet ideas that include lots of shelving
Like the idea of mostly open storage? While we have to have some closed storage in order to call our selections ‘cabinets’ instead of shelves, you’ll find that this type of liquor cabinet is the next best thing. Featuring tons of parallel lines, a clean white color, and a mix of open shelving, drawers, and doored cabinets, this liquor cabinet doesn’t take up much space—but it will give you the options you need.