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  1. #11
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    Re: Bar Furniture

    I have a similar unit in my bedroom that I got from Earthwood Furniture, unfinished. I foolishly use it as an entertainment center, blanket storage unit. I knew there was a reason I liked that piece. Now, how do I get the blankets out and replace with spirits without ending up at the marriage counselor (again!!).

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    Re: Bar Furniture

    Get another one?

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    Re: Bar Furniture

    Of Course.
    Add another!!!
    BTW, the only room in the house that is off limits for whiskey storage is the bedroom. I'll have to put in another room.

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    Re: Bar Furniture

    I'm surprised you haven't buried bottles in the back yard....

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    Re: Bar Furniture

    I have got to do something. Most of my bottles are on the floor of my book room. The rest are on the bookshelves. That blocks the view of the books and I can hardly walk in there anymore. I have actually considered looking for a studio apartment in the area to set up as a bar/den. Not that I can afford that. But like I said, I have to do something and there is just no room to do it in.
    Ed

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    Re: Bar Furniture

    Bottles on the floor was my problem. I'm telling you, this was a pretty elegant solution--actually picked up wall and floor space from my previous bar.

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    Re: Bar Furniture

    Ed, The floor is the most used surface in the house. Try using the ceiling. You might think this is a joke but I'm thinking suspending some kind of racks from the ceiling in areas little used if you're handy with heavy wire and a pair of pliers. Just think of the lighting effects from suspended bottles! Just build the racks to where the bottles are on an angle rather than straight vertical or horizontal. Just a thought from someone who thinks outside the box but should probably be locked inside it.

 

 

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