Styling a bar cart can be fun, but it can also be overwhelming with decision. You want your bar cart to be functional and of course filled with alcohol, but you also want it to be aesthetically pleasing. Personally, I chose to keep a few alcoholic staples on the cart as well as glassware and some fun decor. I’ve curated a fool-proof list you can mix and match to create your very own bar cart! Choose a few items from each section below and watch your home bar become a conversational centerpiece.
Liqueurs (Aperol, Frangelico, Triple Sec, etc)
Moscow Mule Mugs
High Ball Glasses
German Liter Beer Mugs
Charcuterie Board & knives
As you can see, our bar cart is very busy- and it doesn’t even begin to cover the extent of alcohol and glassware we have throughout the house. But it is a great addition to our wine fridge, wine rack cabinet of beer mugs, pint glasses and other wine glasses. It’s practical with lots of storage options and equipped with plenty of shelves for some fun additions!
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