Photoshoot Friday: Website Shoot (Part 3 of 5)

This week I am posting about some of my interior styling that I did with my dish hutch and bar cart. I have tried to make every place I've lived a home instead of just a house and here are some pictures of how I've done that.

Hutch Styling
Hutch Styling
Hutch Styling

I wanted my hutch to be pretty while still being useful. I made stacks of my nicer dishes so they would be more accessible for parties and styling. I stored some of my linens in a basket so that I can get to them easily for dinner. I wanted the overall look to be effortlessly styled. 

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Here is a list of where I purchased some of my dishes and decor:

Art Deco Glasses: West Elm

Gold Etched Champagne Glasses: Anthropologie

Moscow Mule Mugs: Sur La Table

Large White Bowls: Pier 1

White & Gold Rimmed Bowls: Hobby Lobby

Inside Out Bowls: Anthropologie

Mini Weck Jars: Weck Jars

Threshold Wellsbridge Plates: Target

Merletto Antique Square Platter: Arte Italica

Brown & Turquoise Dinner Plates: Z Gallerie

Feel free to contact me about any other decor not listed. 

I found a small tea cart in a local antique store that was perfect to style as a bar cart in my space. I put my decanter and glass set on a small silver tray to group it together. I added cocktail napkins with some similar fresh flowers in my vases. Below I grouped together my cocktail cookbooks and mason jar cocktail shaker. The blue and white container holds my extra decanter tags and wine glass stoppers for easy access.  

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Here is a list of my bar cart accessories:

Tea Cart: Greystone Antique Mall

Decanter Tags: Anthropologie

Mason Jar Cocktail Shaker: Paper Source


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