3.17.2015

Bar Styling With Open Door Shop (+ a discount code for YOU)


I recently met Leslie and Marion, the wonderful and talented ladies behind Open Door Shop, an online home decor boutique and bridal registry that is based out of Charleston. I got to peek around their showroom a little and see the items that are featured online in person. And let me tell you, all of it is so good, I couldn't help but pick out of few things for our bar. That's always a fun thing to spruce up, right? 


How cute are these juice glasses? The white brim and hand blown glass gives them such personality. I think they would be great for sipping wine or for a fun cocktail.


Also came home with these cocktail stirrers. The wooden box brings in a nice contrast against the python tray and other feminine features we've got going on. 


...and then there's this natural horn dish. Perfect for holding sliced lemons when making a drink or to use as a catchall anywhere, really. 


I had these hemstitch cocktail napkins monogrammed with our initials. Nothing says southern quite like linen cocktail napkins! They also come in other colors—I love the coral ones, too, but white is a great classic.


Now the fun part. I've curated a collection of my favorite things on Open Door Shop ... and you can save 20% off any of these items until the end of the day on 3/22 with code HCC20



All of the new pieces I've featured today are in my curated collection, but I've also included plenty of other amazing things like the little gold spoon, this painting, and these coasters, which match the drink stirrers.  Don't forget to use code HCC20 to save 20% off!

3 comments:

  1. Love your bar cart set-up! Can I ask where you keep yours in your home? We're trying to decide where to put one before we make a purchase, and our first floor has a very open, flowy feel, so nothing feels quite right (I've been moving a table around in potential spots to feel out how the space is used and I'm not loving it.)

    Love this promo as well! I just scooped up the pineapple bowl!

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  2. I could spend hours on the shop's website, I love all their items! And I am obsessed with your bar cart setup too! Xo, Stephanie

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