Bar Carts – A New Idea for Home Decor
We’ve discussed the importance of multi-purpose furnishings for small spaces. There are multitudes of multi-purpose pieces but one of the hottest is the bar cart!
By the way, do you love this Call Me Old Fashioned Wall Art? I sure do! I ordered one for myself and it’s a real conversation starter. To be honest, an Old Fashioned is my favorite cocktail.
This print is:
- Professionally printed on 100lb paper
- Paper is acid-free with a smooth finish
- Archival inks guaranteed to be fade-resistant for 100 years
Bar carts/serving carts are perfect for almost every room in your home.
Obviously, the bar cart is meant to be..well, a bar cart! It will look lovely in your dining or living area but, more important, it’s excellent storage…especially if cupboard space is lacking. Plus it’s super easy to move wherever the party is happening.
Use one in the kitchen as a place to store baskets and serving pieces. The top can double as a countertop for rolling out cookie dough or whipping up a batch of muffins.
In a bathroom as a spot for fluffy towels and bath salts and a bouquet of flowers! Pretty as can be and useful, too.
In a bedroom as a nightstand! In an office area for whatever you need to have within reach.
Here are two of my favorites:
This wood and metal bar cart from Tribecca Home is rustic but elegant and easily fits in a contemporary or traditional room.
The top tray is removable and it has two locking wheels. Plus, it boasts these custom features:
1. Poplar wood and black sand metal materials
2. Wineglass inserts, tray top, bottom storage, metal hardware pulls, two (2) locking wheels
3. Tray top depth: 2.86 inches Bottom storage depth: 5.86 inches
I must tell you that Amazon has dozens and dozens of Bar Carts for whatever your particular style is…contemporary, traditional, funky, rustic…you name it and I promise you’ll find just what you’re looking for to round out the decor in your small space.
If you’re an Amazon Prime Member, shipping is fast and free!
Here’s a classy contemporary cart. It’s chrome with black tempered glass shelves. Since it’s on wheels (most of them are) it could easily be wheeled onto your deck or patio for an outdoor party or barbecue.our
There are many ways to use a bar cart…as a nightstand, a coffee station, a plant stand, etc.
You must check out these great photos and ideas in this Apartment Therapy post: 7 Other Ways to Use a Bar Cart.
You’ll find an idea that’ll work for you that you haven’t even thought of!
Build Your Own Barcart Tutorial!
I’ve just found a clever DIYer who has posted a tutorial for constructing your own bar cart. Here’s the link: DIY Outdoor Rolling Bar Cart
I think I’d like to use the copper tubing just the way it is but painting it black is a fine idea, too. What do you think?
Do you have a bar cart or serving cart that you’re using for it’s traditional purpose or in a unique way? I’d love to see photos.
Please do comment and if you have a question, I’ll be happy to give you my best answer!