Mt Druitt - St Mary's Standard (East) - - HOME - De­tails: jo­tay­ MT DRUITT-ST MARYS STAN­DARD, Wed­nes­day, Fe­bru­ary 17, 2016

Liquors Vodka, ver­mouth (dry and sweet), gin, tequila, rum, whiskey, brandy Liqueurs Coin­treau, Amaretto, Kahlua, Sambuca, Mi­dori, Frangelico, Cham­bord Mix­ers An­gos­tura bit­ters, soda, ginger ale, tonic, juice, tabasco Gar­nishes Maraschino cher­ries, olives, lemon, lime, Bar tools Jig­ger, corkscrew, cit­rus press, par­ing knife, cock­tail shaker, bar spoon, julep strainer, hawthorn strainer, mud­dler

Fin­ish with a few bar stools or vin­tage chairs for guests, along with a side ta­ble for their drinks.

“Dec­o­rate with liqueur bot­tles, crys­tal de­canters, hang­ing glass­ware, a fruit bowl and an­tique bar items,” Tay­lor says.

If you’re not quite ready to make a com­mit­ment, a bar cart or kitchen is­land are an easy al­ter­na­tive that can be moved around.

A cab­i­net, con­sole or buf­fet can be re­pur­posed as a home bar (above); if you’re short on space, try the Roy Bar Cart from bow­er­ (below left); com­plete the look with San Vito bar stools from

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