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Bar Carts – A Movable Feast

lucite bar cart

Lucite bar cart by Charles Hollis Jones 1970′s

Bar carts were all the rage in the 50′s and 60′s, and they’re back again.  Although bar carts are often associated with cocktails, you can use them for anything.  The beauty of the bar cart is that it has wheels, so you can move it wherever the mood strikes you.

Below are this Seattle interior designer’s top picks:

 

This bar cart by Restoration Hardware was inspired by a wood-and-iron cart that transported spools of wallpaper in an early 20th-century American factory.

Vintage Wallpaper Factory Bar Cart by Restoration Hardware

Vintage Wallpaper Factory Bar Cart by Restoration Hardware

 

This bar cart from Williams Sonoma is sensational. And, for a limited time, it’s $200 off. It’s only available online, so click here to buy it.

Beckett bar cart Williams Sonoma

Beckett bar cart Williams Sonoma

 

The bamboo design of this bar cart from Ballard Designs reminds me of the classic country club lounge.

Jill bar cart by Ballard Designs

Jill bar cart by Ballard Designs

 

If you like to think outside  the box, how about using a bar cart for your books? You could move it wherever you’re in the mood to read.

bar cart with books

A portable library!

 

It’s getting cold out here in the Northwest, but it’s not too soon to think summer! CB2, a division of Crate and Barrel, offers the Ernest Pool Bar Cart in high gloss pool blue.

Ernest Pool Bar Cart by CB2

 

Whatever your style, bar carts are exceptionally handy when entertaining!  So add one to your holiday list!

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