I love the idea of having a bar cart at the ready in my home. I've been musing about this for awhile, (click here for a previous post) but common sense tells me to wait until my male teenage son is older. Still, there's no harm in looking!
Bar carts offer a lot in their smaller size, portability and wide range of design possibilities. Best of all they can be found secondhand and customized to to
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I like the yellow and industrial style of this cart. I could see a wood soda crate on the bottom for bottles or glasses and another wood box for supplies.
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Here's an idea I wouldn't have thought of, using a vintage trunk for a bar
stand. With the accompanying accessories this vintage trunk's stature has
really been elevated.
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Vintage bottles with nice typography
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Isn't this a pretty setup? This brass bar cart has nice functionality with the bottle and wine glass holders. I think the red chair and animal print are very nice touches. What a great use for a chair with a lot of character. It's easy to find them at sales and on craigslist. One can of spray paint is all you need.
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So many different styles of bar carts can make deciding difficult.
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Industrial design is always a big draw for me, love the green.
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Really nice mid century style on this wood bar cart.
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The bright red orange color modernizes this rattan bar stand.
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This steel cart has heightened functionality with three shelves, like the pop of blue at the bottom.
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This wood cart has some nice storage and the bonus of leaves. Plus it's style would fit in many different types of decor.