Whisky barrels are traditionally used to age and distil whisky as well as other types of alcoholic products or spirits. These barrels are made from high quality, durable oak and can be reused for a wide variety of different purposes in both modern and traditional homes and gardens for a timeless look.
Interior Home Decor
Bring a rustic touch to your interior with repurposed Scottish oak barrels – extremely stylish and highly versatile, oak barrels can be integrated into various home projects offering a charm which is hard to beat.
Introduce a unique table suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, the oak barrel table offers an eye-catching feature as well as a practical table.
For those looking for smaller tables half barrels can be used as coffee tables or as side tables fit for any room in the house.
An attractive and practical way to store bottles of wine, the oak barrel can be fitted with a wine rack.
Repurposed oak barrels are also extremely attractive for retail use, providing a great way to display products or simply serve as a decorative feature.
Lined barrels can be filled with ice and used as a beverage cooler – a practical, yet stylish way to store beverages at events such as parties and weddings.
A wonderful feature for any garden, whisky barrels are not only eye catching to look at – they are also a biodegradable, natural product, helping to reduce excess waste in the environment, whilst providing a range of practical planting and water collecting solutions.
Oak barrels can also be painted to suit varying tastes and garden styles.
Oak barrel garden planters are extremely versatile, suitable for both country gardens as well as smaller urban gardens – they can host a wide range of plants, flowers, herbs and vegetables, as well as small trees and shrubs.
The classic oak barrel planter comes in a wide range of different sizes from smaller planters, to larger complete cradle planters. Complete barrels can also be utilised as planters in both an upright position or lying on the side. Barrels can also be cut into tiers to create interesting focal points, this is especially useful in gardens where space is at a premium.
Water Barrel Butts
Collecting rainwater to use on the garden is not only good for the plants due to its neutral pH level, but also for the environment, helping to conserve water – enjoy a practical garden feature with water barrel butts.
Lined Water Features
The therapeutic benefits of the sound of running water are well documented, creating a calm and relaxing garden environment. Lined barrel water features can support fish and other forms of aquatic life, and unlined barrels can be used with water plants, both of which can be integrated with pumps to enhance the stunning feature.
Sealed oak barrels for home-brewers opens up a range of opportunities to create wonderfully unique flavours for beer, cider, other spirits, and wine.