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.
Because the homeowner is cocktail consultant, designer Michelle Gage wanted to give her a "kick-butt work station." This lucite-and-brass bar cart certainly gets the job done, with gold shakers and disco ball sipper cups that are perfect for the owner's next GNI.
Add bubbly and metal accents for an instant update to a bar cart when entertaining. Here, interior designer Jade Joyner, co-owner of Metal + Petal in Athens, Ga., paired a foxtail fern in a gold pot with vintage-looking amber decanters. For height and an eclectic accent, she selected a larger decanter with a brass bug cap.
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.
A sunburst mirror hangs above a brass-finished antique bar cart in this eclectic room. Nothing brings life to a space more than plants, and this orchid is no exception. The plant perfectly reflects the airy yet structured feel of the room.
The distressed leather club chairs pair with a glam bar cart that lead into the kitchen and breakfast room. Black-and-white peel-and-stick tiles make a contrasting statement for the floor, while brass chairs surround the contemporary white table. A gallery wall of art fills the space from floor to ceiling.