With the owner's amazing collection of vintage radios as a jumping-off point, Interior Designer Tamara Jones of Forme Interiors merged rustic with retro to create an interesting, inviting store for Public Liquor.
|Staggered old-school lights run down the center of the store|
|Striking black and red logo and glossy tiles contrast with the wide-plank wood floors and working juke box|
|Innovative use of wooden pallets|
|Vintage bar as a sampling counter|
|Visit Public Liquor by the Four Points Sheraton Hotel across from the airport, specializing in local wines and craft beers.|