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!
The black accent wall and pastel wall art provide the perfect backdrop for this vintage gold bar cart display. Designer Notes: "My bar cart was super easy to style. It's vintage and has just the perfect patina, so just about anything looks good on it," says designer Naomi Stein of Design Manifest. "It's the place where I stock my favorite mixers and showcase my vintage glasses and fancy plates. Fresh flowers are a must to add beautiful aroma and color. The finishing touch for me is the painting above. It's like the cherry to my bar-cart cocktail."
A wicker bar cart and striped armchair evoke cottage design in this neutral guest bedroom, complete with gilded mirror and stained glass lamp. A dresser painted in creamy white lightens the dark taupe walls.
When choosing a bar cart, don't exclude a vintage version. "A found treasure always garners a second look and a chic set of marvelous midcentury highballs or dapper decanters will also be a nod to the glamorous retro ritual of cocktail hour," says Roxy Owens, founder of Society Social. This vintage cart includes stemmed wine glass hangers and two bottle storage slots.
This formal sitting room features a pair of white, tufted chairs, a modern bar cart, a sleek wooden console, crystal vases and a zebra hide rug set against a bright yellow backdrop, creating a sophisticated space.
Entertaining's a breeze when you have a bar cart just around the corner! With its golden shaker, matching ice bucket, wine glasses and more, this piece is ready to roll into the sitting room and serve up some drinks.
From the wide plank wood floors, to the walls dressed in white and beadboard, a soothing sanctuary is created for this winter and beyond. No matter the season, a vintage bar cart remains well-stocked for entertaining.
This formal living room features neutral colors contrasted with dark wood floors, gray sofa, embroidered drapery, and custom table and chairs. An antique mirrored coffee table lends an airy feel to the room, and there's always room for a stylish bar cart.
The Sharps found that this round Tom Dixon table worked far better in this corner of their living room than a bar cart and make the unconventional but striking choice to hang a piece of art in front of the glass window to dramatic effect.