During these uncertain times, everyone has shifted into a new, albeit temporary, normal. Spending more time at home means we have plenty of time to enjoy our surroundings. Now is perfect time to elevate decor and accessories in your home – including creating a chic at-home bar with luxury accessories that rival those of your favorite spots. Ideal for entertaining during and after quarantine, your home bar will be the hottest ticket in town (and once quarantine is over, one to envy by your peers).
Asprey is known for its iconic cocktail shakers, and this racing car shaker, inspired by vintage racing cars from the 1950s, might be the most notable of them all. Made using sterling silver in Asprey’s London workshop, the 13.5-inch shaker has black and red enamel detailing and wooden tires. It’s a head-turning addition to your bar setup.
There’s nothing subtle about this Baccarat crystal and gold-plated champagne cooler, and it deserves to be the center of attention in your home bar. A gold-plated champagne bucket is set within clear crystal, which is elegantly cut to reflect light and make the cooler truly dazzle.
A sleek set of wine glasses is imperative when creating the perfect at-home bar. Enjoy a Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay – or even champagne – in these chic crystal glasses made in a clean, contemporary design. There’s a slight tapered bowl for full enjoyment; use them for casual or formal get-togethers alike.
Handmade in France using a Siberian fossilized mammoth molar, damascus stainless steel and a diamond, L’Imperium France’s Hussard champagne sabre is dedicated to high-level craftsmanship. Mammoth molar is extremely rare and sometimes used in luxury cutlery, and it certainly makes this sabre extra special. Thrre is also a brilliant-shaped diamond set along the handle of the sabre. It comes in a case with a python sheath.
The Galerie des Rois Kings’ Hall is a unique collection of four crystal tumblers in a collaboration with the Palace of Versailles. Each are inspired by decorative motifs found within the Palace of Versailles; each tumbler in the collection is named after a king: Louis XIV, Louis XV, Louis XVI and Louis-Philippe. Buy them in a set or on its own.
This modern decanter from L’Objet might as well double as a piece of sculptural artwork for your table. The hand-blown glass decanter features a signature orb wrapped in gold leaf centered at the bottom. Opt for the entire Oro collection, featuring wine, rocks and champagne glasses all with the unifying orb element at the bottom. This fluid design is both timeless and beautiful.
Don’t let your cocktails get watered down; instead, opt for a pair of chic, stainless silver ice cubes. Georg Jensen, known for its Scandinavian design, has created these simple, yet beautiful ice cubes that you keep in a freezer and simply put in a glass. Not only do they last longer, but you can have your drink just how you like it. The set was designed by Aurelian Barbry, known for his sculptural asymmetric shapes.