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Don't you love this gorgeous wooden ladder? It's perfect for hanging towels or stacking magazines for easy access in a bathroom or guest room.
When entertaining a crowd, having a bar in only one room can be a bottleneck waiting to happen. We would use a beautiful antique bar cart like this one to set up a second drink station in the living room.
I would use these great bar stools at a beach house or cottage. The dark shade of the woven sea grass is beautiful.
Andres Bar Stool, Espresso
Very modern, minimal stool with bent plywood seats and fabric covered foam cushions. This stool comes in a variety of different sizes for different counter heights.
This bar stool's simple form and strong design grabs attention, but not too much attention. Perfect for any kitchen, especially one that plays up the black and white palette.
Almost every room benefits from the addition of one acrylic/Lucite piece. This pretty acrylic and glass bar cart has such a modern, glam feel. It's one of my favorites.
Acrylic Bar Cart
This is such a great looking cart. I'm a fan of bar carts for their ability to be whatever you want them to be. And I am a big fan of wicker and rattan.
This barstool has such an interesting shape! I can't help but see an open-mouthed creature when looking at the silhouette.
We love the very basic form of this barstool with a very zen feel. Will work in so many different styles as testament to its simple form, country, city, contemporary, traditional.
I just love this retro-looking stool. I think its metal design is really cool, and it would look good in both modern and traditional spaces. Another great feature: It is really reasonably priced.
Tolix Bar Stool
This is a more affordable acrylic bar cart option. It has a great modern feel and adds a sense of visual lightness to the room.
One day I'd love some fancy vintage Lucite bar stools, but I'm considering these babies for my place in the meantime.
Clear Bar Stool
The multipurpose steel Tolix stool can provide seating, be used a side table and stacked for space efficiency.
This towel rack in brass and crystal has a really glamorous vintage feel to it and would really bring that vibe to a vintage bathroom project. Comes in a variety of finishes.
I want this cart. I love the color and the lines of it. I'm not sure where I would use it. It could be a side table, a bar area or even a changing area in a nursery!
I love the mix of upholstery and sea grass on these stools, and the nailhead trim adds some additional interest. They would look gorgeous in a beach house with a neutral decor theme.
When preparing for guests, it's great to think about the logistics of things, and take a nod from hotels. Installing a wide towel rack in a powder room is an attractive (and practical) way to store your fluffy white towels.
I just adore the soft colors of these opaque acrylic stools. They're perfect for beach house decor and would add just the right finishing touch to an elegant bar area.
If you're not afraid to have some fun with color, this cheerful stool is a great option. Choose your base color (from a whole rainbow), then your distressing technique to get a really custom look.
Reclaimed wood meets an industrial no-frills base on this clever stool, and the result is a stylish way to bring a loft-like look into your home.
A bar cart is one of our favorite dining room accessories. It can replace a traditional sideboard or buffet in smaller spaces or work well with more traditional pieces in larger rooms. Plus, you're always ready for a cocktail party at a moment's notice!
Picture this: You're all gathered around the kitchen counter while perched ever so slightly on these cowhide bar stools. They're so rustic and cozy.
Keith Bar Cart
My favorite aspect of this great bar stool is the seat made out of woven leather avocado-colored straps.
Repurposed items are big in vintage-industrial design. I’d love to see this stool used as a nightstand, but it would also be a great desk chair.
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