Hide away the necessaries for your little drinking habit in the Vintage Light Bulb Voltage Tester Bar ($2,000). This clever, stylish piece holds everything you need to keep the party going, or just take the edge off a long day. Based off of a 1920s German light bulb voltage tester discovered in a factory, this bar is made from iron, and antiqued to a patina finish. The bar opens to reveal three shelves, three stemware racks, and five wine bottle slots. An iron tripod supports the bar, and a small door at the front opens so you can check on your supply.
A bottle stopper is great for keeping wine fresh and tasty longer — and a bottle stopper with a built in beer-bottle opener is even better (especially if you're double fisting). The Bottlejak ($42) combines both of these useful tools into one well-designed piece. The stopper is made from stainless steel, and has custom-molded silicone o-rings with a triangular flange to better fit a range of bottles. The body is made from aluminum, and has a "top down" design that lends a low profile. The sloped base doubles as a bottle opener and lets it rest on a counter when you don't need it.