Style Your Own: Nautical Bar
Use shades of inky blue and textured brown to set the mood for a well-stocked bar that’s ready for holiday entertaining or seaside gatherings.
Our Nautical Bar
A new spin on some of our seaworthy favorites—rattan, rope, beach hues—helps avoid a themey, precious look. We opted for accents with simple, strong lines (the nautical print and sculptural decanter) or bold patterns (the linen fabric and mod coral bowl) to complete the contemporary, clean feel.
Argyle Gray Cement Finial Lamps, $539 each; arteriorshome.com for retailers
Tashkent fabric in Camel on Oyster (302501F), available to the trade; raoultextiles.com.
Hideko in Indigo, available to the trade; raoultextiles.com.
West Elm Console Table, $299; westelm.com
Mary Jurek Condiment Set, $115; elementschicago.com
Nautical Boards Serving Tray, $100–$300; 781/293-9721 or nauticalboards.com
Mykonos Tumblers, $9–$11, Roost; velocityartanddesign.com
Nautical Details V Print, $10; art.com
Capuchine Decanter, $150; jonathanadler.com
Nautical Chart Coasters, $49 for a set of four; shop.nationalgeographic.com
Rope Ice Bucket, $292; 212/741-0455 or hausinterior.com
Shop local retailers for beer, wine, and spirits with nautical-theme labels or wicker-wrapped bottles.
Cocktail Anchor Picks in Sterling Silver, $175 for a set of six; nautiandco.com
Small Coral Bowl in Blue Gray, $150; waylandegregory.com for retailers