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Bar carts are one of my new favorite things for the home. Here I’ll give you two ways to style a bar cart so you can get some ideas for your own cart! The first way is an everyday style, and the second is styled for Fall. If you’re looking for alcohol-free ways to style your bar cart, check out my coffee bar cart post from last year! It’s geared towards Christmas but you can make it work any time of year. A hot chocolate bar cart this time of year is also a great idea!
Bar carts have become so popular lately, but styling them can be hard. Here I’ll give you two bar cart styling ideas to help inspire you! I’ve set mine up in the corner of my living room, next to this beautiful faux animal rug and my faux fiddle leaf tree, which I’ve placed in this basket. The bar cart is a little out of the way so it’s not crowded with people walking by it, which is great for hosting. You can set yours up wherever you feel works best for you.
My gold bar cart has two wooden shelves, but this particular bar cart comes in six colors with your choice of wooden or glass shelves. The cart also comes with wine bottle storage and wine glass storage!
You can set up your liqueurs and alcohol however you like- you can have them standing up on the bar cart shelves for instance, but I prefer having my bottles on a round marble and wood serving board.
I love that this bar cart has wine glass storage. I use these and I love them. I placed martini glasses on a coffee table book and I like how that turned out!
For this everyday bar cart style, I added this beautiful vase with a few hydrangea heads, a yummy scented candle and this stainless steel ice bucket.
The bottom shelf holds carbonated water, a cocktail shaker (that comes with a measuring cup and a mixing spoon), along with martini glasses. I love how everything you could possibly need is in one place.
Fall Bar Cart Style
For a touch of fall, I added some pumpkins to the top shelf! I added a large white pumpkin, along with some smaller, mixed textured pumpkins. A small faux plant adds the finishing touch.
I hope you have a lot of fun getting your bar cart styled, just like I did. I’d love to know how your bar cart styling turns out!
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