A bar cart always looks best with some yummy beverages on it! Using both shelves of the cart is great for parties; you can store extra glasses and mixers on the bottom shelf and leave the top for drink prep and little snacks. Now let’s party!
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson filled an empty corner of this century-old kitchen with a chic, vintage brass bar cart. A simple gallery wall adds interest and maintains the room's blue and white color scheme.
This simple cart frame is easily accessible, space conscious and can be easily maneuvered for indoor or outdoor use. A coat of bright blue paint brings it to life and creates a fun and contemporary bar cart. A potted plant and decorative pitcher add the perfect finishing touches.
A gold wet bar with art deco lamp separates a pair of navy blue striped armchairs with nailhead trim and lavender and magenta floral throw pillows. The ottoman features a large, bold pattern with navy geometric shapes. A contemporary natural wood table with copper top and stack of red books add personality to finish the design.
Set against vibrant blue walls, this tumbled marble terrazzo floor comes to life with energy and color. A golden bar cart and 17th century Italian painting add antique charm to the space, as well as invite guests to drink and delight in conversation.
You can extend the size of any living room with a covered outdoor living space like this terrace. This space offers the joys of being outside but the protection of inside. Featuring bright colors, multiple patterns and a bar cart, this covered terrace is inviting and functional.
Blue-striped curtains adorn the windows in this decidedly masculine living room. The space features a leather Chesterfield sofa, comfy blue armchairs and cowhide ottomans. A vintage-style bar cart serves as an end table and a retro-style console cabinet stores electronics.
While weathered leather gives this Chesterfield sofa extra character, nothing adds more personality to the living room than the cowhide ottomans. Blue armchairs, a vintage framed map and a brass bar cart round out the eclectic, masculine living space.
Designers used a soothing gray-blue color and crisp white crown molding to evoke a calming environment in this neutral multiuse room. With the addition of the vintage piano and bar cart, they transformed this previously unused space into the ultimate traditional study.