When the season rolls into fall in Colorado, we roll our bar carts indoors. And bar carts are not just for alcohol. Bart carts work for coffee and hot cocoa during the holidays. With wheels on carts they are mobile for tiny spaces and tight corners.
Bar carts have come a long way since aluminum folding trays on shag carpet. But the function of mobile trays are the same. With the holidays approaching I want to share a few favorites with all but one coming in under $300. The versatility of a bar cart is it can be assigned a new job after the holidays. I share a few ways below I have used a bar cart in the off-season.
BAR CART IDEAS
With bar carts on the brain, I want to share a few favorites for the home.
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. All but one of these finds is under $300.00.
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. Curious what is available you might be surprised. Let’s go!
BAR CART FINDS
- THE WARREN
The Warren , under $250, is petite and could work as an end table as wel as a bar cart.
2. THE GARBY
The Garby is a stationary bar cart and is just under $300. I like this horizontal sits flush with a wall.
The Hugo is a favorite becasuse it sits in front of navy walls. And if you are a frequent visitor here at Everyday Edits you know I have a thing for navy paint. The glass shelves and handle add a little bit of fancy. You can take a look at the specs and price.
Moving on to this budget-friendly galvanized cart the Ranier’s galavanized finish gives it a casual look.
And, the price will not disrupt a monthly budget. This is priced under $130!
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.
Next up is the Skeleton has an interesting frame, but with 2 levels and under $300 it may be a fun addition to a contemporary space.
Here is a similar shape and style for a more classic, traditional look. With wheels the Delaney is mobile and perfect for a small living space or room.
The Fallon is a multi-purpose cart after the holidays. The shelves make it verssatile for other rooms or purposes. This one is under
Finally, I love this one! The Bohdi is the priciest bar cart in my list of favorites. It rolls in just under $599, but I love the size and shape.
HOW TO USE BAR CARTS YEAR ROUND
- END TABLE
- ENTRY TABLE
- HOBBY CART
- COOK BOOK DISPLAY CART
- COFFEE STATION
- SNACK TRAY
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 holidays and cocktail parties. And, the perfect reason to invest in a multi-purpose cart! Thanks for stopping by today! I would love it if you signed up the Weekend Edit where I share an easy-breezy four-minute read newsletter. You can sign up here for the Weekend Edit Saturday newsletter.