Guest Picks: We'll Drink to These!
Infused water is such a refreshing and budget-friendly way to quench the thirst of a crowd. Serve your cucumber water in style this summer with this industrial-chic beverage server. The galvanized stand and chalkboard sign lend the perfect amount of country-summer charm.
I love this simple folding deck table! Place it over your deck railing for an instant outdoor dining area. I never seem to have enough room on my porch table to accommodate all of the food, but this would be perfect for setting the drink pitcher and leftovers on.
Sometimes you just need someone to hold your glass of wine. This low-tech beverage holder sticks in the grass and cradles your wine for you while you enjoy chatting at an afternoon picnic.
Impress your summer guests with your ability to concoct a frozen beverage on a whim. The Margaritaville Tahiti Frozen Concoction Maker allows you to make at least six different drink types. I think I need one of these for my roof deck this summer!
Glass beverage dispensers are stylish but normally take up a lot of table space when serving multiple beverages. This stacked server is perfect for solving the problem. I think it would be great to stack the glass in a way that allows multiple people to serve themselves at the same time.
Wouldn't it be wonderful if you could have a side table to set your drink on that also holds cold beverages? This cooler and cocktail table in one does double duty to serve your outdoor needs.
I love this outdoor beverage table made to look like concrete. Its modern and sleek appearance would look fantastic surrounded by banquette chairs. The bowl indentation could be filled with plants, shells or other decorative accessories when not in use serving beverages.
This beverage dispenser comes with two jugs, chalkboard signs and a double stand at a great price. It's a wonderful value for someone looking to serve their drinks in style.
If you're looking for a more modern beverage dispenser, I think this square clear glass option is a fantastic choice. The clear base allows you to display fruit, flowers, seashells or other decorative items to enhance your summer tablescape.
Outdoor beverage servers tend to accumulate condensation, which can create a wet mess on your serving table. This server solves that problem with its double-wall construction. Your beverages will remain ice cold without the server turning into a drippy mess.
Chatting around a coffee table just got better. This table opens up in the center to reveal a beverage tub perfect for keeping "cold ones" within reach at all times. I think this would be perfect for the patio.
I think this Colin Cowie dual-spigot beverage server is an ingenious idea. The glass is partitioned into two parts and includes two separate spigots, making it easy for you to serve two different beverages in one attractive container.
Hand-painted frogs carrying your iced beverages are sure to get the party talking! I love the whimsical feel to this beverage tub turned conversation piece.
Copper is currently right on trend, making this beverage stand a chic focal point for your next party. I like the tray underneath for storing glasses. It looks like a classy and convenient way to allow guests to help themselves.
If your style is a bit more rustic, this wine barrel turned coffee table might be perfect for your summer entertaining needs. Guests can pull up a chair and have their own wine tasting party.
I think this drink dispenser jug is begging to serve lemonade on a hot summer's day. I love its vintage looks, and the handle would be useful for transporting the jug back indoors to be refilled.
Drink dispensers work best when they are on a stand. Instead of a bored lifeguard sitting in a chair swinging a whistle, place a beverage server in the lifeguard stand to wet your whistle.
Drink carts allow you to roll out your food and drink to guests, and then let them help themselves. They are a fun addition to any outdoor space. I love the vintage look of this one in cast iron aluminum.
The old-fashioned punch bowl just got a new look. I would love to serve sangria from this oversize Mason jar. It would be fun to allow guests to ladle themselves some punch and not have worry about a potentially drippy spigot.Next: Icy Summer Drinks Reimagined as Rooms