Cocktails are still having their moment. You don’t have to have a private membership to enjoy a hand crafted cocktail with friends, instead invite them to your home for a classic cocktail hour.

Whether you are fortunate enough to have the space for a full bar, a pass-through butler’s pantry, or you create room for a rolling bar cart, you can still take notes from the Charlotte designers on styling your home bar. Break out the good stuff, invite your friends and raise a glass together because there is always a reason to celebrate.

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Home bar goals – Designer Beth Keim of Lucy and Company sets the bar(!) high | Photo by Loli Photography

Designate a counter space to be the home bar, West Trade Interiors used art to accentuate the space | Photo by Margaret Wright

Designer Barrie Benson‘s beach bar vision is so glam with bamboo pulls and mirrored backdrop | Photo by Chris Edwards

A dining room corner is a great spot for a small bar cart that’s styled year round, this one is from designer Charlotte Lucas | Photo by Chris Edwards

Designer Charlotte Lucas paired fun wallpaper with floating shelves for a fab wet bar | Photo by Chris Edwards

Love the agate coasters and the addition of shot glasses to the bar cart style of Crandall Haus | Photo by All Bliss Photography

Light and bright with brass accents and see through cabinetry to display your finest glasses, design from Georgia Street Design | Photo by Christina Hussey

Great use of space from designer Beth Keim, adding an entertaining area to the dining room wall | Photo by Dustin Peck Photography

Beautiful nook for a wet bar designed by Beth Keim, love the tray of crystal decanters

Do you have a signature cocktail that you make a home? Would love to see what you mix up, tag us with #scoopclt next time it’s 5 o’clock somewhere!

 

 

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