While traditional bar carts can come with ornate patterns or finishes too formal for more transitional or contemporary spaces, modern wooden bar carts in teak or walnut add clean, simple lines and a touch of richness. Keep in mind that wooden bar carts will most likely require re-staining or oiling once or twice yearly.
Carved out of a non-functional wall space, an intimate bar and serving area was designed for a family that entertains guests. A mirror wall continues the design from behind the couch while making the space feel bigger. Two ottomans were added for extra seating; they can be tucked away under the serving table when not in use.
Try a bar cart. Wine bottles cluttering up your countertop? Turn them into a feature by adding a bar cart if you have an unused space. Look for compact designs, and consider using the bottom part of the cart to store something different.
Even the wine racks get in on the design statement action. Swirls of color make a radiant backdrop and the wine bottles themselves are suspended on sculptural squiggles. The bar's brown speckled countertop echoes the look of cowhide.