Any furniture that supports my wining and dining habits is all right by me, but I think I've found the love of my life in a picnic table. Medlock Ames's recently opened tasting room in Healdsburg, CA, clearly has plenty of wine to serve. With that in mind, architect Luke Wade cleverly retrofitted an old picnic table with a galvanized steel wine cooler built into one of the slats.
It seems easy enough to re-create at home with a simple saw and a trough that fits the space. For the kiddies, you can chill colorful sodas and lemonade, while you store that Sauvignon for yourself.
What do you think? Want one?