At Your Service
By Babs Rodriguez
Whether you lean toward a cabinet or a cart, make your bar as accessible as it is attractive. Equip it with the pretty and the practical — from gear to glassware — and, as the season of indulgence arrives, keep it stocked with reflections of your good taste. To keep things entertaining, toast your milestones and celebrate the holidays, but remember to raise a glass to the little things, too.
Sevargo is a go-to for monogrammed cocktail napkins that reflect your style. Having shuttered her Fort Worth brick-and-mortar shop for now, owner/designer Andi Severin Goins continues to take orders for customized party wares online and by phone. Follow Sevargo Design on Facebook for updates and @sevargo on Instagram. Napkin prices vary, but most sets of 50 begin at $40, Sevargo.
The only thing better than the ever-changing ranks of vintage barware at Fort Worth midcentury home furnishings showroom Park + Eighth is seeing the iconic glasses reimagined by the shop owner/interior designer Christina Phillips as hand-poured candles. When the candles flicker out, the glasses remain in service, $45-$85, Park + Eighth.