Bar carts are on my mind at the moment. As we finalise the styling of the library, we are considering placing a bar cart along one wall. Bart carts come in all different shapes and sizes and can be decorating in many ways to suit your home. Let’s have a look at 9 of my favourite.
9 Ways to Style A Bar Cart
I think it is all the green in this bar cart that catches my eye. Fresh and inviting, a great addition to the right room.
IT’s the balance in the decorating of this bar cart that works for me. Keeping this cart almost symmetrical, it is so pleasing to the eye.
Bar carts do not always need to be carts. While most do have wheels, why not use what you have available to you. This bar table is a simple DIY project for a weekend. Head on over to Honestly YUM for the tutorial.
Wicker bar carts are still plentiful in op shops, this gorgeous piece has been styled to perfection to enhance a dining room by Matthew Caughy.
24 year old student Tiffany Leighs shared her bar cart on The Evergirl. Simply and delicate, so pretty.
Loving this vintage cart put together by Layer Home. By not going overboard with what is on the cart, you allow the gorgeous piece of furniture to speak for itself.
The repetition on this cart simplifies the design while creating an impressive statement in the room.
This room has so much to get excited about. The strength of colour on the wall, the gallery wall sitting on it. The colour in the rug picking up the colour in the chair and above all the bar cart is amazing! I would be most happy here, curled up with a red wine and a book perfection.
Short on space? Why not have a bar tray? An effective substitute for the smaller home.
While these are 9 of my favourite, there are plenty more to be found over on Pinterest to get your styling creativity flowing. I’d love you to share yours on Facebook today!
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Some fantastic link ups last week, like the Builderette who shared her Fathers award winning home in The House That Muffins Built.
Ashlea from Glamour House Living share The Job of a Stylist and gave us a really pretty insight into what a stylist actually does.
My final share this week, is Erin and her family from Seven Little Australians and Counting, who has with her family, nearly completed their Library!