Glass shelving & storage

Bespoke liquor shelving and glass storage in a variety of styles, materials and sizes. Send us your ideas and we'll get back to you with manufacturing suggestions.

we can build your glass shelving and racks

The Andy Thornton Architectural Metalwork Department is widely recognised as being the leading fabricator of overhead rails for storing wine/champagne glasses above bar counters, as well as bottle racks and liquor shelves for back bars. We have experienced a huge increase in enquiries for bespoke solutions, so in response to this latent demand, have developed a number of versatile systems that provide bespoke solutions for most bar and catering venues. 

we can build your glass shelving and racks
a variety of styles

a variety of styles

Be they bar-top mounted or suspended by hangers from the ceiling, the counter systems are offered in a variety of styles, materials and finishes. And behind the bar, our innovative open bottle shelves and liquor display stands provide functional storage, whilst helping to create theatre for mixologists and bartenders in their working environment.

A wide range of finishes and coatings

The traditional brass glass rack system features polished brass ball fittings and rails around an antique brass framework, with glass shelves above for bottles, whilst the simple but elegant square-section system is so versatile. It can be manufactured to any dimensions and finished in a wide range of metallic finishes or powder-coated in any colour (shown here in off-white). 

A wide range of finishes and coatings

Vintage industrial-style

The striking vintage industrial-style system combines burnished scaffold-clamp components with steel tube finished in an oxidised patina and includes period-style lights with rustic filament lamps and bottle shelves in reclaimed timber. 

Vintage industrial-style

Send us your ideas

Send us your ideas

Send your drawings, sketches and measurements and we will detail the design and quote to manufacture to your exact requirements.

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