Decorating Oktoberfest-Style

… and no, that doesn’t mean that you should carpet the floor in empty beer bottles. As true beer fanatics, Oktoberfest attendees, and home brewers know, beer is not just any beverage – it’s the result of carefully perfected scientific processes, painstakingly balanced, well thought-out, and even classy.

Of course, you can go the funny-but-bordering-on-tacky recycled-beer-can/bottle decor route:

beer-bottle-chandelier

…starting with a DIY beer-bottle-chandelier kit (created, predictably, by a company based out of Texas).

Here’s it more sophisticated cousin:

Or, for the risk-takers and beer-lovers, a wall – or even an entire house – covered in or made out of (!) beer cans:

beer-can-house

beer_wallpaper

beer_house

You’ve gotta drink a lot of beer to do that.

Fear not, recyclers: repurposed cans don’t have to be kitschy or cheesy. They can actually be downright beautiful:

Beer can butterfly spiral art
Beer can butterfly spiral art
Beer can votives
Beer can votives
Beer bottle candle holders
Beer bottle candle holders
Beer bottle cap backsplash
Beer bottle cap backsplash

Of course, you can simply (and less permanently) invest in better barware or an awesome ice bucket to fully appreciate your beer.

Beer Tasting Flight
Beer Tasting Flight

(Need a crash course on which types of beer glasses you need?)

choose-a-beer-glass

Prefer to be more subtle? Try introducing a range of beer-inspired colors in your home.
Trend Pantino Wall Sconce
Trend Pantino Wall Sconce

And if you’re a true beer connoisseur (with the right funding), go all-out and splurge on an at-home brewery or bar.

Especially one like this, that just screams “man cave!”

Unless you’re a woman, that is. Then you may prefer something more along these lines:

Incredible.

Tell us about your beer preferences!

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