You can decorate a home or a restaurant with Coca-Cola collectibles. They also look quite smart in a corner store.
Not many people know this but aside from the famous apple red coolers and fridges with the logo on them the corporation also makes a lot of vintage style furniture. It makes high checker stools and also vintage pub style stools and all in red leather. They also make styles where the logo appears in a checker pattern on the table or on the stools as well as many variation of the classic pub style.
The company makes all kinds of little gizmos and gadget that would look great in a party room, kitchen or home bar or in a real bar or fifties style diner. A favorite is the wall mounted Vitnage Coca Cola Bottle opener or the boxy style of manual opener that has a cap catcher. You can also get napkin dispensers, toothpick dispensers, tin canisters, wood chalk boards, trays, sugar dispensers, napkins, paper towels and other kitchen diner type standard fixtures with the logo on them. You can even get cute little miniature glass salt and pepper shakers that look like miniature green coke bottles.
The company also makes some pretty nice clocks and lamps. One desk lamp has a shade that looks like the famous coca-cola tin can. Another attractive lamp shade features the retro coke girl in bikini on a beach. You can also get neon fifties style clocks that glow a candle apple red. Also very nostalgic and reminiscent of seventies and eighties styles of décor is the tiffany lamp and stained glass pendant lamp styles that come with the coca cola logo on them.
Always in the demand is the giant round red “Drink Coca-Cola” sign that has a red background and a glowing white “Drink Coca-Cola” with a neon star on it.
You can also get many different mirror styles, included mirrors with lights that have the Coke logos on them. Many of them boast famous images from the fifties including a waitress with a tray or the young fifties couple having fun while drinking a glass of coke. The company also sells retro-reproductions of all of its famous canvas wall art including pictures of families picnicking, students snacking and drinking coke and soda fountain images. The company calls this line of art their “Great Taste” art.