Guest Picks: Styling the Chinoiserie Bar
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Faux bamboo straws are such a fun idea for the chinoiserie bar.
I love elephants. I must have a couple of these elephant shot glasses for my bar.
Pink ikat cocktail napkins bring a girly pop of color.
Gold and silver Greek key cocktail napkins add a very sophisticated and elegant touch.
Pink and green chevron coasters evoke a modern Palm Beach chinoiserie style.
This blue zebra cachepot would be perfect for holding bar tools.
Fuchsia trellis cocktail napkins add a pretty pop of color.
This gold chevron tray is fabulous. It's definitely on my wish list.
Here are some flamingo matches in pink and green for that Palm Beach look.
Gold and white striped straws are a very glamorous touch for your bar.
I love to accessorize the bar with colorful pieces. This little coral double gourd vase would be perfect to hold those bamboo straws or an orchid stem.
A little melamine tray made with Chiang Mai Dragon fabric is perfect for organizing small items on the bar.
This iconic red zebra tray is another chic choice for your chinoiserie bar.
I love combining leopard and chinoiserie. This large leopard tray will organize your bar in style.
This fabulous tortoiseshell ice bucket is such a classic.
Zebra salt and pepper shakers will spice up that Bloody Mary.
These Zanzibar leopard cocktail napkins are so sophisticated.
A tortoiseshell cocktail shaker will help you make the perfect martini.
This is the year of the snake according to the Chinese zodiac. Add this hand-carved snake bottle opener to your chinoiserie bar.
I can't get enough of tortoiseshell bar accessories. These glasses are such a classic vintage-inspired choice.
Add a pair of foo dogs to your bar to guard your liquor!
A magenta bamboo mortar and pestle is perfect for making mojitos.
Greek key cocktail napkins add a sophisticated touch to your bar.
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