Bar Carts; 10 Creative Designs for Entertaining in Style

When friends, co-workers or family drop by serving snacks, coffee, tea or an alcoholic beverage on one of the following 10 creative bar carts is an effortless and fun way to entertain in style.

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Who doesn’t love a great minimalist design, especially when it packs a graphic punch like the Chariot by GamFratesi.
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Adding a little bit of vintage flare to a contemporary home is easy with either the French Crank Lift Bar Carts or the Warehouse Trolley Bar Carts, both from Restoration Hardware.
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The Rollingin Bar Cart by Gio Tirotto for Mingardo features only one wheel, but what a wheel it is.
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Douglas & Company have named their bar carts “McSorley’s Wonderful Saloon” It’s named after one of the oldest bars in NYC “McSorley’s Old Ale House”.
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This party on wheels is called Come As You Are and is available through Barneys New York. Designed by Christophe de la Fontaine this composition makes you think you are seeing things in triplicate, but don’t worry you actually are.
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Above left is the Circa Bar Cart by Roost for Forma Living, it’s a flat pack design of recycled aluminum with a wood handle. The JZ Tea Trolley on the right is by Jorge Zalszupin for Espasso and is available in a variety of SC certified woods and steel.
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Above left is the Float bar Cart by Miras. It features a copper tray pierced vertically by one of the bar carts legs. Above right is Gin Lane by Yabu Pushelberg for Avenue Road. Gin Lane integrates a hexagonal Carrara marble tray into its three-legged frame.
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