Thanks to Casey’s Bar Cart Styling Tutorial, I created a bar cart of my own! Like Casey mentions in her step-by-step guide to creating a bar cart, you just gotta love how bar carts save cabinet space, add some serious function to any get-together, and can be a glamorous piece of eye candy for all of your guests to swoon over.
I scored this bar cart at HomeGoods. This treasure was on sale for $65.00, but you can find carts that can be transformed into a bar cart for far less at thrift stores, flea markets, antique shops or a garage sale.
All you really need are a few shelves on wheels like Casey’s. Hers was not specifically made to be a bar cart, but with a little creativity… you can make it work just the same.
This bar on wheels fits perfectly into our dining room, and as I mentioned before, adds some serious function. I love that it compliments the colors of the rest of the space while also being very simple.
I plan to change the color scheme and maybe even some of the contents of the cart, for the holidays. But for now, I love the refreshing, fresh look of this organized bar cart. Thanks for the inspiration Case! Maybe you can provide me (and the rest of our readers) with some tips on how to transition this bar cart into a sparkling holiday party on wheels? Please…?
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