With the holiday season approaching, I thought this would the perfect time to discuss a place to organize the liquor for hopefully lots of gatherings with family and friends.

1.West Elm Fox Mirrored Bar Cart

Recently, we downsized and I no longer have space for a dining room sideboard.  I needed a compact space to house our liquor, glasses, ice bucket, etc.  Perhaps I was a bit inspired by “Mad Men”, there’s something very chic about pulling out a bar cart for cocktail hour and martinis. After a bit of looking, I found this one and it’s a beauty!  I absolutely love it and it’s really inexpensive (although it does require assembly).

 

 

2.West Elm Terrace Bar Cart

This one has clean, classic lines that would work with any style of decor. They even offer two finishes.

 

3. Oomph Bar Cart

If you’re looking for a pop of color, Oomph has a bart cart that is offered in many different custom colors.  It’s a bit on the pricey side, but a great look.

 

4. Restoration Hardware Warehouse Trolley Bar Cart

This bar cart has an industrial, rustic look that could be very cool.

 

5. Williams Sonoma Home Drake Bar Cart

For a more casual style, this one from Williams Sonoma Home has an Anglo-Indian vibe. 

 

6. Crate and Barrel Bix Bar Cart

If you’re limited on space, this bart cart is compact and could even double as an end table.  The top shelf is a removable tray.

 

7. Mecox Gardens Two-Tiered Gold Leaf Bar Cart

Glamour and sophistication come to mind with this bar cart from Mecox Gardens.

 

8.Williams Sonoma Home Truman Round Bar Cart

Here’s a round, compact bar cart with mid century design. It comes in a nickel finish as well.

 

9. Room and Board Brixton Bar Cart

A contemporary take on a 3 tiered bar cart.

 

10. One Kings Lane Timothy Whealon Clear Bar Cart

Timothy Whealon’s lucite bar cart is so chic, and edgy.  This one’s pricey, but really beautiful.