Christmas is coming and we all know what that means – sociable weekends filled with hosting fabulous festive parties for friends and family.
This also means that we need to be prepared, and the new Jonathan Adler bar ensures your home will be the most stylish venue in town.
See: Christmas dining room ideas - dress your dining table for success this holiday season
Not only can you serve up a killer cocktail or delicious eggnog, you’ll also be serving up graphic gravitas this party season with the super-cool new Op Art bar.
Modernist and mind-bending, glass panes are reverse-painted in charcoal and ivory, with grooved brass split-circle door pulls adding Art Deco spin.
'Bars are an essential lifestyle tool that brand you the hostess with the mostest,' says Jonathan. 'Anyone who doesn’t have one in their house is insane. Bars say ‘I’m louche, I’m swanky, I’m glamorous, I’m rich’,' he adds.
Metallic accents are still a top trend going into 2020, as are graphic and geometric prints with a nod to Art Deco.
Elevate your Jonathan Adler bar game even further with his shiny new pieces to give it that finishing touch. Take it into the next dimension with out-of-this-world decanters, pattern play coasters, and the brassiest barware known to man.
The rocket whiskey decanter (£198) adds retro humour, while the bold Atlas coasters (£68) inject an extra swirl of style.
The barbell bar set (£198) has everything you need to whip up a drinks storm... after all, the perfect drink takes proper training. The solid brass bar tools latch onto a dumbbell elevated on a marble base and the set includes ice tongs, bottle opener, double jigger, and a knife for the perfect slice.
The black and brass barbell bottle opener (£128), meanwhile, is a funky statement before you’ve even popped a cork.Inspired by the original workout gear, classic barbells, the screw rests inside of a Marquina marble base and the top is cast in solid brass.
Now we're just waiting on the invite...
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Ruth Doherty is an experienced digital writer and editor specializing in interiors, travel and lifestyle. With 20 years of writing for national sites under her belt, she’s worked for the likes of Livingetc.com, Standard, Ideal Home, Stylist and Marie Claire as well as Homes & Gardens.
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