Whoa! Here is a list of over 8 styles and types of bar carts in various colors, materials and styles. Learn more about your bar cart options before you choose one for your home.
If there is anything that’s annoying, it’s having friends or colleagues over to your home or apartment and having nowhere to put your wine, glasses, and snacks. Bar carts are a helpful addition to the home because they can be rolled wherever they’re needed. Bar carts got their start as far back as 1837, during the Victorian Era, and they gained traction when becoming synonymous with cocktails following the repeat of prohibition. Since the 1950s, they’ve been a mainstay in many homes and restaurants.
Today, you may want to purchase a bar cart for many reasons, from wanting to serve drinks when friends come over to needing more space for cooking and holding drinks. Most homes no longer have built-in wet bars, so this small addition can be beneficial in providing a place for you to keep your cocktail mixes, bar towels, and other accessories between dates when you’re planning to entertain.
Many businesses sell bar carts of various styles. It’s likely you’ve seen them