When the season rolls into fall in Colorado, we roll our bar carts indoors. My mom’s version of a bar cart was an aluminum, folding television tray. I have no idea how it stayed steady on 1 1/2″ shag carpet. With bar carts on the brain, I have my eye on a few Pottery Barn bar carts for the home and patio.
In full disclosure, I intended to share a variety bar carts from different sites, but I could not move my mouse away from Pottery Barn.
It turns out, Pottery Barn has a nice selection (and price points) so today is all about the Pottery Barn bar carts for the home and patio.
Let me know which ones caught your eye. I’ll share my favorite bar cart at the bottom of the post.
No affiliate links, just a good old fashioned helpful links for bar carts.
Pottery Barn Bar Carts
The Tristan Metal Bar Cart has come along way from my parent’s aluminum trays.
I love the shape of the Hugo metal bar cart. It is priced at just under $500.
Here is a similar bar cart in a different finish; my mom might light one too for an update look from her t.v. dinner trays.
Moving on to this budget friendly cart. The galvanized finish gives it a more casual look. And, the price will not disrupt a monthly budget.
My only issue with this mobile bar cart is with our two Berner Mountain dogs. In general, Berners require a generous turning radius to navigate tight corners and this bar cart might take a spin on those wheels.
Source: Pottery Barn
Here is the Abrego all-weather wicker cart. This one is
$699 $639 which sounds like a typo. I think I could rig up some wheels on an oversized basket and call it an all weather-wicker bar cart. What do you think?
Do you have a favorite Pottery Barn bar cart? Or, did you find one you love somewhere else? I would love to know other places to source bar carts! I will be back to share more affordable options for tiny spaces and budgets.
This time of year coincides with the holidays which means holiday and cocktail parties. And, the perfect reason to invest in a multi-purpose cart!