Bar Carts (also known as Tea Trolleys) are making a huge come back in interior design, thanks in part to their mobile capabilities. With this new surge in interest, the modern trolleys make entertaining in style easy and fun. Now when friends, co-workers or family drop by, serving snacks, coffee, tea or even an alcoholic beverage on one of these stylish bar carts is effortless and maybe even fun. Read on for coolest ideas and sources.
Some bar cart designs go with a specific kitchen such as this
I love the copper tray in this design, especially the way it is pierced by the cart’s third leg.
The Circa Bar Cart by Roost for
The wheels on this portable bar are opposing designs of solid and open just as the colors are feminine pink and masculine dark grey and the top is natural stone and oak wood while the framework is man-made black steel. This yin and yang design is a limited edition.
This rolling bar cart is called Come As You Are and is available through
Who doesn’t love a great minimalist design, especially when it packs a graphic punch like the Chariot by
The super-sized wheels on the Chariot mobile table have a rubber profile that has been inserted into them for ease of movement, so much fun and yet so functional.
The super contemporary and very geometric JZ Tea Trolley by Jorge Zalszupin is available in a variety of FSC certified woods and steel. Available through
With concrete being one of the materials of choice these days, it was inevitable that someone would design and create a concrete bar cart and that is exactly what
This dainty trolley is a 1968 design called the Steel Pipe Drink Trolley. Designed by Shiro Kuramata, the foundation has re-released the bar cart through
If you love Lucite, and I do, this Jonathan Adler
Jonathan Adler also has a more glam, antiqued brass cart called the
If you are a fan of mid century designs West Elm has the cart for you. Made from FSC certified wood the
West Elm also carries a vintage deco style
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