With their popularity in the last couple of years, you’ve probably had your fill of blog posts about bar carts, but I wanted to revisit them anyway. Why? Because I adore them and with the weather warming up, it’s the perfect time to push one out by the pool for a little soiree with the girls.
While growing up, I remember my aunt always had a bar cart within arm’s reach for mixing herself and guests a quick libation. Of course, those were the days when it was fashionable to have an afternoon cocktail (or three) and a cigarette.
Whether you like the sleek modern models or vintage brass ones, there is certainly a bar cart for every taste and personality. I found examples of bar carts across the style spectrum. If you’re a teetotaler simply substitute the alcohol on your cart with tea, coffee, juice, mineral water or soft drinks.
A modern chrome model boasts plenty of room for glasses, mixers, shakers, ice and several kinds of liquors.
A bamboo version makes room for wine bottles and a glass rack.
This is a fully prepped bar on wheels.
This bent wood bar cart makes plenty of room for everything you'll need to whip up a delicious beverage or two.
Another bamboo-like bar cart looks as if it is used often.
The e Circa bar cart by Roost makes pushing a full bar seemingly effortless.
Love this cute vintage bar cart, it would be just as adorable used a side table.
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