904 Bar Carts
Lafayette Solid Black Granite Black Top Wine Island in Black
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I am ever a sucker for textured and natural pieces. I think this cart would be a beautiful side table.
An antiqued mirror border rings circles of clear glass that form the two shelves of this transitional bar cart. Antiqued silver rails and legs surround it for a versatile look, while four casters and a pair of handles enhance the utility. The Wade Bar Cart can become a frequent entertainer's best...
Add some old-fashioned fun and whimsy to your Street Vendor Popper with the Benchmark USA 30010 Antique Trolley Street Vendor Popper (Trolley Only). Reminiscent of days gone by, this trolley places your popper at the ideal operating height.
Bar cart or side table, you choose! This could go in a lot of spots, and it's perfect for holding drinks at a party.
This sophisticated traditional bar will be a welcome addition to your home. Finished in a rich warm medium wood tone, this piece will blend beautifully with the decor in your entertainment room. Fluted columns and carved details at the corners are elegant, with a smooth dark marble top for the...
Decorative bar cart is French inspired. Supports two embroidered ''Bordeaux'' wine label trays with sturdy metal handles. Cart is on casters for mobility, and trays can be lifted off in an instant for serving purposes.
Bordeaux Bar Cart
This bar cart makes my heart beat so fast, I think I need a drink! The shape is definitely from a bygone era, but it's also quite modern. I love how it could read very masculine, but the brass touches also give it a glamorous edge. Stock this cart with some bottles of absinthe and you're ready to...
This contemporary service cart would be great for parties and other large events. But it’s also great for open storage in the kitchen.
We love the juxtaposition of industrial style and wicker in this woven bar cart. Stylish and sturdy, it's the perfect size for tucking into a patio corner.
A modern and chic take on a Chinese Chippendale bar cart. This bar cart offers the ultimate in style and storage. It is custom made of plantation wood in your choice of 11 colors. Its two drawers, wine racks, and stemware racks offer great functionality as well.
“Would you like some tea, madame?” is what you’ll soon be hearing with this vintage brass tea cart from 20th century France. It's great for serving tea, cocktails and dessert. Your guests are sure to be blown away.
With this fashionable and functional bar cart, wine bottle and stemware storage ensure a glass of your favorite Bordeaux is never out of reach.
Trolley crafted of 100-percent acacia woodTrolley accentuated by a versatile brown finishRemovable top tray; fixed bottom tray
A beautiful bar cart in striking mahogany wood lends a burgundy hue to your kitchen or dining room, depending on where this server is placed.
Bar carts are not just for a lady's house; a bachelor could definitely impress a woman with his cocktail organization. This is a fabulous masculine option.
This is a thoroughly modern design that’s minimalist but not stark thanks to the elegantly upturned handles. I like that you can customize the wood combination, mixing white, black and natural ash. Plus, the tray is detachable, so you also get a gorgeous solid wood serving piece.
That is one smart bar cart! While I don't drink nearly enough to warrant a one, this cart strikes just the right balance between Mad Men and current styles, and is a beauty to look at.
This cart is vintage with a touch of modern. The mirrored circles and gold leaf finish are both glamorous and glitzy. Versatile and mobile, this cart can be used as a bar or serve double-duty as a console.
This is a two-year old French Fermob Luxembourg Bar Trolley. Available here in a carrot orange color with an anti-UV powder coating, and processed with a Very High Protection Treatment for outdoor use. Juicy! The seller says: "I love the design and color, but it's just a little too big for my...
This gorgeous chandelier is made from a turn of the century hay trolley. Hay trolleys were used by farmers in the late 1800's and early 1900's to load hay into the barn. A section of the original hay trolley track was used to hang the trolley. Durable rope has been internally wired adding to the...
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