North Park Beer Co.
An interior view of San Diego's North Park Beer Co. taproom, designed by Paul Basile.
Amish Mission Barstool
This barstool’s thin, vertical lines are hallmarks of the craftsman style; order it in Quarter Sawn White Oak, the same wood used in North Park Beer Co.’s taproom. Amish Mission barstool, from $550, dutchcrafters.com
Brooklyn Slate cheese board
The same slate material used for the taproom’s bartop creates a hand-cut, rough-hewn surface for serving cheeses, charcuterie and hors d’oeuvres. Use included soapstone chalk to label each of the bites. Brooklyn Slate cheese board, $49.95, williams-sonoma.com
Copper is one of this winter’s on-trend design materials, but its neutral color and ability to develop a soft patina makes it a timeless metal with staying power. Mirror the taproom bar’s copper details with small kitchen accessories. copper teapot, $59.95, cb2.com
Nathan Moore House tile
Frame this handmade polychrome tile or arrange a few side-by-side as a wall accent, then brag to your architecturally savvy friends that the pattern is adapted from a door grill inside the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Nathan Moore House in Oak Park, Illinois. 6x6 Nathan Moore House tile, $75, motawi.com
A Rolling Stone water bottle
Cerebral quotes (“Taste Is the Only Morality”) decorate NPBC’s taproom in a similar typeface to the one used on this goanywhere, 10-ounce hot and cold beverage bottle. A Rolling Stone water bottle, $32, izola.com
Copper bar tray
A square-print copper tray incorporates geometric patterns like those inside the taproom and plays off the bar’s copper finishes. Bright metal really shines against dark wood and rustic tabletops. Copper bar tray, $49.95, cb2.com
When designer Paul Basile began working with North Park Beer Co. owner Kelsey McNair to create the new San Diego brewery’s taproom, he had a lofty goal in mind: “We wanted to change how taprooms are perceived.” For Basile, principal of BASILE Studio, that meant cozying up the 8,900-square-foot space with a craftsman-meets-midcentury-modern design, visually echoing the craftsman-style homes in the surrounding North Park neighborhood. It’s an expensive look despite its simple forms, but small accessories can bring it to life in your home for less.