Sorry, traditional bar carts: Your 15 minutes of fame are up. Here are 10 unique ways to store your alcohol.
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Modern-day Samsonites won't work for this. You'll need to scour Etsy and eBay until you find a piece of old-school luggage you love. Prop it open, fill it with booze, and you've got yourself a working bar.
IKEA's Kallax cube units might be the big box store's most hacked piece of furniture, so its place on this list shouldn't come as a surprise. You can buy an x-shaped piece to fit in one of the cubes, and it holds wine bottles perfectly.
This is hands-down the most meta way to store your liquor: Let someone craftier than you carve a door out of an old wine or whiskey barrel and fit it with shelves. You'll get the honor of organizing your prettiest bottles inside.
When the bloggers at Whiskey Ginger (now the owners of an Etsy shop) got their hands on a 1960s TV, they popped out the screen and retrofitted the piece with shelving. The trend has since become a Pinterest darling.
Twenty-somethings: Card catalogs are the cabinets that used to hold a library's directory back in Grandma's day. Everything's stored digitally now, which means hundreds of the vintage pieces are for sale on Etsy and eBay. They come stacked with anywhere from just a couple drawers to a whopping 72, each sized just right for your pinot.