When we re-did our kitchen in 2017, we had to nix our dream of building a ‘home bar’ to stay on budget. We had so many cabinets and pricey counter tops to buy, I just couldn’t justify the additional cost at the time. But then I got the itch…that home renovation craving to do a project this fall. Can you blame me? I’m married to Handy Andy Bocaafter all! I’m the queen of the ongoing honey-do list. 😉 But I’ll be honest. It was also fueled by NewAir(remember their amazing 19 bottle wine cooler??) shipping us a ridiculously cool (pun intended)126 can Newair Home Beverage Fridge to try out.
I mean, how could I NOT include it our dream/future home bar?
With the capacity to hold up to 126 standard cans, you can fit all the drinks you want inside — without having to make room for a larger appliance. That’s over 20 full six-packs, so you’ll never be left high and dry in the middle of a party or with your thirsty children.
This Living an Offline Boca Family Life in an Online World post was sponsored by Google in partnership with the Forward Influence Network. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
When it comes to technology, I consider my family and I to be relatively early adopters. We have a deep appreciation for how tech makes our lives as adults and parents easier. And, we utilize it throughout our Boca Raton home. However, now that I have a child (#dailybocaavery is the ripe old age of 6), I know I personally struggle with maintaining a visible balance. My daughter sees EVERYTHING. And as a blogger and busy mom, I spend a lot of my time…well…online and on a screen. It’s a challenge trying to live a fulfilling offline Boca family life when our world is so heavily digital.