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Corridor Bar

The Corridor Bar from BDI is a highly contemporary and functional home bar, the perfect combination of style and function. The beautiful cabinet offers racking space for wine bottles and storage for a host of liquor bottles, glassware and all other kinds of bar implements are beautifully organized in the numerous open shelves and single closed drawer within. A black micro-etched glass top is the perfect work space to create your cocktails. An elegant solution that is as much a pleasure to look at as it is to use. watch the video

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