The Perfect Home Bar Cart for Every Style
Consider your hunt for the ideal home bar cart over! We’ve rounded up our favorite bar carts for every style and occasion so you can stop searching and start imbibing.
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This teal, glass and gold bar cart from the Coral Cape collection is meant to be put on display. The cart’s funky rounded frame and banana leaf decal on the middle shelf will fit right into a boldly decorated space. Keep the fun going by filling your bar cart with a range of flavored vodka brands.
With a streamlined iron frame, glass panes and simple lines, this Sally bar cart from Nathan James is a great choice for those looking for a minimalist design. The petite 27.5”x19” cart is small enough to fit in tight corners or between furniture when not in use, while the double shelves are spacious enough to fit bottles, glasses and other barware. Once you find the right bar cart, follow these essential rules for keeping it stocked.
If your home is covered in shiplap, you’ll want to check out the Remy bar cart. From the antique-finished wood shelving to the dark grey iron framing and industrial-style wheels, this bar cart has all the best elements of the farmhouse-chic style. Check out these farmhouse decor items that will complete your home’s look.
Your bottles of Moet and crystal glasses will be put on perfect display thanks to this glamorous bar cart by Willa Arlo. In addition to the gorgeous appearance of the bar cart’s Champagne gold frame and mirrored shelves, it can also hold quite a bit of bar items with two full-length shelves, two half-shelves, a 4-bottle wine rack and four rows of stemware storage. There’s plenty of room for everything you need for a fully stocked home bar.
If you spend more time in your backyard than your living room, a bar cart that’s made for the outdoors is the best choice for you. This bar cart is made of a steel frame that’s hand wrapped in weather-resistant wicker so it can stand up to the elements. Use the included ice bucket to keep white wines and beer cold, while spirits, liqueurs and red wines are held in the storage boxes on the bottom shelf or displayed on the tempered glass top shelf. Make sure you know how to make the best mixed drinks before your guests arrive.
Add a design blast from the past to your home with this multi-purpose library cart. The sea green frame and looped handles have a decidedly throw-back feel without feeling stuffy or outdated. Plus, the three levels of shelving mean there’s plenty of room for a vintage glassware set or two. Keep the vintage vibes up by mixing one of these old-school cocktails.
This industrial-style bar cart doesn’t mess around. Thanks to its solid metal frame, each of the cart’s shelves holds up to 30 pounds making it a wonderful choice for those who collect spirits, like whiskey or tequila. Despite its strength, the open sides and sleek railings prevent this cart from feeling too bulky. By the way, this is the difference between whiskey and whisky (because there is one!).
Those who have a pretty penny to spend on their bar set up have to check out this Tracey Boyd bar cabinet from Anthropologie. The cabinet features textured iron framing and gorgeous hand-painted doors that are inspired by Japanese boro textiles. And this cabinet isn’t just a pretty face; the storage capacity is unmatched with a 16-bottle wine rack, four bottle shelves built into the doors, glassware rack, two drawers, a half shelf and two full-length shelves. These must-have entertainment items are also worth the splurge.