The Return of The NEW Bar Cart

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Art, Decor, Design, Storage and Organization

A staple piece of furniture in any 50s, 60s and even 70s living room, the bar cart has made its way back into homes with a vengeance.

A huge part of the mid-century modern movement making an impact on design at the moment (in particular in kitchens and prints), the bar cart has long been a forgotten piece of furnishing.

Although I’m not sure why it left in the first place, I’m happy we’ve decided to let our alcohol come back out to play again. The reasoning behind why we’ve once again opted to show off our spirits doesn’t really matter to me. What I appreciate is the variety of bar carts to choose from. A girl can never have enough choices, and what’s out there now covers just about every design taste.

From steel frames and glass bottoms to reclaimed wood statement pieces, the only thing that has really changed is possibly the booze that goes in them. Here are just a few that topped my list:

Workshop Bar Cart, West Elm

Workshop Bar Cart, West Elm

Aviation- Grade Bart Cart, Houzz

Aviation- Grade Bart Cart, Houzz

Corridor Bar, Casalife

Corridor Bar, Casalife

Cocoon Trolly Serving Cart, Houzz

Cocoon Trolly Serving Cart, Houzz

OSP Designs Maxwell Serving Cart, Wayfair

OSP Designs Maxwell Serving Cart, Wayfair

Foxed Mirror Bar Cart, West Elm

Foxed Mirror Bar Cart, West Elm

French Crank-Life Bar Cart, Restoration Hardware

French Crank-Life Bar Cart, Restoration Hardware

bar car top* Top Image: Delfina Bar, Urban Mode

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