i’ve been looking for a bar cart – love these!
Sea and Swank
I particularly like the second one, although I’d like the chest even if it weren’t being used as a bar cart. :-)
A year-round staple, indeed!
The second one is wonderful. I love when people use lovely pieces of furniture and use them in unexpected ways…
Ooops…sorry about the typo…I meant to say when people take lovely pieces of furniture and use them in unexpected ways…
I have been dying to find a neat old steamer trunk in good condition like in the 2nd picture!
We have a Jacobian tea trolley with a removable tray that we have been using for nearly 10 years as a drinks cart and everytime people come over they love it. It’s nowhere near as nice as the ones you have shared but it is certainly well stocked! :)
Hey great idea, I’m going to get one.
Wish we had room for one. Not in our condo anyway. Perhaps the schoolhouse though…
love these! i have been looking for an awesome bar cart, sadly to no avail. i actually really like the last one pictured. i’m digging the grungy look.
I love bar carts! Something very classy and fun to add to decor. I have mine in the corner of my living room with vintage glass shakers & decanters
Yes! Bar carts are the best! I’d love something like that in our entryway… thanks for the inspiration.
Great pics, very cool. Bar carts are kind of art by themselves…
The middle cart is my favorite one although they are all great looking!
thanks for following my little baby of a blog! i’m on the hunt for a bar cart myself and these provide some great inspiration.
I don’t even drink but this makes me want to go out and set up my own bar cart. Something very ‘grown up’ about it.
See? Even people that live in small apartments can own a bar! ;)
the last photo is definitely an example of function over form, lol!!! :-)
I’m loving that second one! I don’t know if I would try this in my home but it’s a great idea!
Some great ideas for my new home! :)
Love the wall art behind the first one!
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More drink station inspiration.
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