Kitchen liquor

Published on March 30th, 2010 | by Jules Yap


Asker hanging liquor bar

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Constrained for space and renting (so not wanting to make big holes in the wall) I decided to hang everything I could in the kitchen.  This included hanging pots and pans over the entrance to the kitchen (careful to hang the small ones over the passage to permit passage for up to 6’3″), and the Asker suspended liquor bar hack.

I piggybacked off the studs holding up the cabinet to hang an Asker bar, and three Asker dish drainers. Using left over pilasters from a shelving project, I added wine glass racks to hang underneath. Voila! Extra storage for glass, liquor, wine, and a reminder to drop-in guests to accept the offer of a drink. It’s not cheap ($90 for racks, $15 for the bar, $18 for the wine glass racks), but cheaper than any alternative I could find.”

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Jules Yap

"I am Jules, the engine behind IKEAHackers and the one who keeps this site up and running. My mission is to capture all the wonderful, inspiring, clever hacks and ideas for our much loved IKEA items".

9 Responses to Asker hanging liquor bar

  1. Very cool– where did the wine glass racks come from? Thanks!


  2. where do you get those pilasters? anyone know

  3. Mandi says:

    I really like it! You might be able to get shorter hooks for the pots, and reclaim another inch or two of headroom, if you care. You could probably even just clip off the hooks you’ve got, and rebend them around something of the correct radius (ie, an exposed metal pipe, whatever.)

  4. china hiphone says:

    great use of space, i very like it, how much about it ?

  5. That is a brilliant use of space. We are in a very small house – so do what we can to make the best of what space we have. You’ve given me an idea!

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  6. Robj98168 says:

    Very Clever! Great use of space and materials.

  7. Ryan says:

    Looks great. Nice job.

  8. joana says:

    i really like it!!!!
    you can also hack the hack and hang everything in a closet, maybe, or behind some glass doors to have it look like a “real” home bar corner :)

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