Jerry Can Mini Bar Cabinets

Jun 1, 2017

Category: Living

Jerry cans have been around for a while now. Since the Second World War in fact. The Germans invented the storage device for fuel back in the 1940s but today they’re serving a whole new purpose. One Copenhagen is now outfitting these old designs as mini bar cabinets to be mounted on the wall of your choosing.

Each cabinet reuses old parts from original Jerry Cans and repurposes them into a classy bar setup. And since each can is an original, no two are exactly alike. It’s a one-of-a-kind tribute to the past that houses your own personal libations. However, don’t limit yourself to alcohol. The can’s size allows you to store any number of small items or relics within its enclosure. Each product is made from upcycled metal in Denmark and is handcrafted, so you know these are quality cabinets. They also come in an assortment of colors that’s sure to ease in the persuasion of the old lady for getting your hands on one of these beauties. [Purchase]

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