Summer Entertaining Essentials: Top 8 Ice Buckets

With summer entertaining season in full swing, we thought it’d be helpful and fun to offer a list of some of our favorite ice buckets—one of those entertaining essentials that always seems hard to find when you actually go looking for it. Happily, there are many stylish ice buckets available on the market now, so we’ve compiled a list of eight that we especially love:

Shagreen Handle and Silver Ice Bucket Anderson’s 29 Main Street Nantucket, MA 02554-3540 (508) 228-4187

Faux Crocodile and Brass Trovare Home Cos Cob, CT

Bubble Glass Wine Cooler Crate & Barrel

Galvanized Tin Ice Bucket with Leather Handle Casamidy

Fully Customizable Acrylic Ice Buckets Dabney Lee At Home

Resin Horn and Silver Ice Bucket Authentic Provence

Stainless Steel Ice Bucket with Matte Stainless Accents Crate & Barrel

Engravable Leather Ice Bucket Pottery Barn

So, which of these eight lovely ice buckets is your favorite? They’re all calling our names…

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