5 Bar Carts That Pull Double Duty

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While we aren't big drinkers at my house, I've always been smitten with bar carts. I can't justify having a drink-prep-dedicated cart at home, but I could definitely make room for one with a day job. It could be used as extra storage, a console table, or a server most of the time and occasionally stocked as a bar cart when entertaining. Here's a collection of carts that are versatile enough to be a stand-in for extra storage or kitchen prep space by day, but wheeled out as a bar cart when entertaining.

  • Libations Cart, $600 from Crate & Barrel: this cart has the same appearance as the Ponce (seen below), but at half the price. 
  • Ponce Iron Bar Cart, $1,200 from The Classy Cottage: has an antique brass finish that's a welcome change from popular stainless steel. 
  • Reclaimed Stainless Steel Lakeside Cart, $400 from Rustic Refinery: made from a reclaimed hospital cart fitted with a wood top. 
  • 901 Tea Cart, $2,230 by Alvar Aalto: this tea cart has a hefty price tag, but it's a classic found in the likes of MoMA's collection. I'd have no trouble finding uses for it in my home.
  • Design Workshop Rolling Cart, $1,900 from West Elm: made of steel and oak.
Related: Neat Idea: Use a Bar Cart To Store Pretty Dishes & Kitchen Odds and Ends

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