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| Bar cart styling |

14 Apr | Bar cart styling |

Next time you are having your friends over for a casual drink, use your bar cart as a simple, sophisticated and functional part of your set-up. This summer, follow these simple steps and transform your bar cart into a trendy, yet convenient piece of furniture that stores some of the best things in the world. Check out some of our most favourite styling tips below and follow the links on where to find these gorgeous pieces.

Barcart | Gold Pineapple | Decanter with glasses | Gold glassware | Black utility container | Striped cocktail napkin | Antique bottles |Elephant artwork | Image source

Step 1: The perfect bar cart 

This is probably the most important step of all. Here we have picked up a rustic looking bar cart in a metal and wood combination. You could also add a touch of luxury with a brass or gold finish bar cart. Before buying, make sure that the cart has at least three shelves so that you have plenty of space to utilise.

Step 2:  Accessorise

Nice glassware, decanters, striped straws and carefully picked cocktail napkins are a must have for setting the scene and help in making your event stand out. Add a hint of gold with your glassware collection and stick to a colour theme for harmony. They say a classic combination is the best, and you can’t go wrong with gold and black.

Step 3: Personalise

Go beyond using your bar cart as a display for just glasses and alcohol. Personalise it. A framed artwork hanging behind it or even just leaning against the wall adds a lot more character to the scene. Want a quicker hack that can be changed whenever you want? Keep it rustic and add a chalkboard that could have fun messages or a cocktail menu written on it.

Step 4: Organise

This may sound tedious, but simple organising tricks go a long way in making your bar cart look good. Use multiple trays with designated sections to keep everything neat and easily accessible. You can play with different sizes of trays, but stick to your chosen colour theme.

Step 5:  Conversation piece

Take some time on this one. Be bold and pick up a gold pineapple, or hunt for some vintage glass bottles with a gold stopper to create a dramatic effect with minimal effort.

Step 6:  Keep it fresh

Bring your bar cart to life with some simple tricks. Add a minimal glass vase with green mint, basil, herbs, green leaves or fresh flowers. Liven it up further with a wooden bowl of citrus fruits.

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