Mr Fjeld wrote:Nice collection Mikemyad - I can see there's no female touch in the interior design of that room.....
Nice Stax headphone & amp system - and the Grado too
Wendy wrote:I don't have any whisky bottles on open display in my home. I keep most of the (opened and unopened) bottles stored in large containers in my basement. The favourite opened bottles (which are regularly rotated) are discreetly stored in one of the household closets. I was robbed a couple of years ago and all the bottles that I had in my living room glass cabinet were taken, so that is when I decided to hide things from sight.
mithril wrote:MrTattieHeid wrote:Yeah, but it doesn't come with all those cool vases.
Perhaps not, but I'd rather have the whisky over the vases anyways My g/f on the other hand.......
Muskrat Portage wrote:mithril: Is your hide a sort of dull greyish colour that deflects orc arrows and spears?
Muskrat Portage wrote:I have a new problem to contend with, now that we have a new location to store and stage my whisky I'll have to design new shelving. I'm considering tall cabinets with lockable doors, but will have to wait and see what's left in finances after the renovations are complete on the main floor. If anyone has ideas and photos they'd like to share, I'd be interested in seeing them.
mithril wrote:As promised here's the picture. The exterior dimensions are 191cm x 105cm (75" x 41.5") with an internal shelf dimension of 41cm x 95cm x 38cm (16" x 37.5" x 15"). I tested it out this evening and you can actually fit 9 bottles with OE packaging per shelf so 36 bottles is the max capacity of this display. Not a huge amount but more than enough to keep me going for a bit.
irishwhiskeychaser wrote:Don't over fill it mithril it looks great the way it is ....
irishwhiskeychaser wrote:7 would be the perfect number ...
Pick a shelf every week and a dram for every day of the week then