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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Bold and Modern Bar Cart

This teal, gold and glass tiered shelf home bar cart is a worthy display. The cart’s funky rounded frame and banana leaf decal on the middle shelf fit right in with a boldly decorated space.

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Minimalist Bar Cart

With a streamlined iron frame, glass panes and simple lines, this black bar cart is a great choice for minimalists. The petite cart conveniently fits in tight corners or between furniture when not in use, while the double shelves provide space for bottles, glasses and other barware. Once you find the right bar cart, follow these essential tips for keeping it stocked.

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Farmhouse Bar Cart
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Farmhouse Bar Cart

If your home is covered in shiplap, you’ll want to check out this mixed-media bar cart. With antique-finished wood shelving and dark gray iron framing, this bar cart has all the best elements of farmhouse-chic style. Check out more farmhouse decor items to complete your home’s look.

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Glam Bar Cart

Your bottles of Moet and crystal glasses are on perfect display thanks to this glamorous bar cart that’s hand-curated by Kelly Clarkson. In addition to the gorgeous appearance of the bar cart’s champagne-colored frame and mirrored shelves, it holds quite a bit of bar items. It has two full-length shelves, two half-shelves, a four-bottle wine rack and four rows of stemware storage. There’s plenty of room for a home bar setup.

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Bohemian Bar Cart

Add a natural touch to your boho aesthetic with this rattan bar cart. The cart’s wrapped edges and bi-level shelves display an inviting space for mismatched glassware, the perfect cocktail shaker and a couple of potted plants.

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Outdoor Bar Cart
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Outdoor Bar Cart

Do you spend more time in your backyard than in your living room? Then a bar cart that’s made for outdoor use is the best option. Subsequently, this woven bar cart is made of a steel frame that’s hand-wrapped in weather-resistant wicker to stand up to the elements. Use the included ice bucket to keep white wines and beer cold, while spirits, liqueurs and red wines stand by in the storage boxes on the bottom shelf.

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Retro Bar Cart

Add a design blast from the past to your home with this mid-century bar cart. The hairpin legs have a throwback feel without looking stuffy or outdated. Plus, the two levels of unobstructed shelving mean there’s plenty of room for a vintage glassware set or two.

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Industrial Bar Cart
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Industrial Bar Cart

This industrial-style bar cart doesn’t mess around. Thanks to its solid frame, the cart’s surfaces, in total, hold up to 130 pounds, making it a wonderful choice for those who collect spirits, like whiskey or tequila. Furthermore, the metal mesh-like doors and siding set it apart from others, and the four wood options ensure it matches any space.

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Eclectic Bar Cart

Both traditional and maximalist design styles are on the incline, and this trolley bar cart, with tempered glass shelves, fits with both vibes. The whimsical silhouette provides lots of storage space. Moreover, the large hind wheels and raised handle maneuvers the cart with ease. The novel bar cart will make your guests smile—just as much as the tantalizing wine-of-the-month club wines you’re serving.

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Caroline Stanko
Caroline has been with Taste of Home for the past seven years, working in both print and digital. After starting as an intern for the magazine and special interest publication teams, Caroline was hired as the third-ever digital editor for Taste of Home. Since then, she has researched, written and edited content on just about every topic the site covers, including cooking techniques, buzzy food news, gift guides and many, many recipe collections. Caroline also acts as the editorial lead for video, working with the Test Kitchen, videographers and social media team to produce videos from start to finish. When she’s not tip-tapping on a keyboard, Caroline is probably mixing up a killer cocktail, reading a dog-eared library book or cooking up a multi-course feast (sometimes all at once). Though she technically lives in Milwaukee, there is a 50/50 chance Caroline is in Chicago or southwest Michigan visiting her close-knit family.