Recently, I decided to finally rearrange my apartment. After getting a custom design for my living room, I bought a new bookshelf and moved a couple other pieces around to have a better flow in my space. But that meant that I had to outfit the newly arranged room with other pieces to fill the caps. And this finally meant I had room for my ultimate goal: a bar cart. I’ve been on the hunt for a couple weeks now for the perfect bar cart that isn’t just a place to store alcohol bottles and glasses but is also a statement piece in the room. It has to be strong and substantial and not just two pieces of wood stacked on a metal frame with wheels stuck on. I want a Mad Men-level bar cart. And so, my hunt continues. But I’ve narrowed my search down to a few that really fit the bill, and if you’re in search of one, too, this list may serve as inspiration.
Acrylic Bar Cart, $199.99
This bar cart will simultaneously stand out and blend in with its see-through, acrylic design and minimalist shape.
A modern take on a tiered design, this Poplar cart can handle all the alcohol bottles, bits, and bobs you throw at it.
Mercury Row Aguila Bar Cart, $141.99
With over 700 reviews and an almost five-star average, this is a bar cart that can find a home in any interior design.
Opalhouse Cassia Rattan Bar Cart, $149.99
Not all bar carts need to scream Mid-Century Modern. They can softly whisper “‘70s tiki lounge,” too.
Pier1 Black Metal & Glass Bar Cart, $199.99
Tight on space? A square cart is a great option to stick in an empty corner.
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