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This kitchen trolley is a great looking and versatile piece of furniture. Its substantial structure with a worktop and shelves could serve as a mini island, table and, of course, mobile station for serving food and drink.
This is such a pleasing piece with all of its transparency, metallics and shine. I love how the linear elements of the chunky gloss frame, delicate chrome bottle holders and sleek glass shelves work together. It’s a rather glamorous trolley, and the tray with those lovely curved chrome handles can...
The Fermob Luxembourg Bar Trolley pairs convenience with style, inspired by the outdoor furniture in the Jardin du Luxembourg in Paris. This durable bar cart is made entirely out of lightweight aluminum, including the removable top tray and a 4-bottle wine rack on the lower shelf. Two wheels ensure...
Design by Frédéric Sofia.By Fermob. The Luxembourg Bar Trolley, complete with removable tray, is ideal for serving guests and thanks to its wheels, will follow you everywhere. The Luxembourg Bar Trolley features a removable tray top, wheels for easy transportation and a wine rack on...
Coffee has become a sacred ritual in my house, and I love the idea of a special place to keep all things java together. This super stylish trolley is like a mini café in your kitchen, which you can also wheel into any room for service. Its red gloss front and chrome trim will look great in both...
What a fun piece! The stylized retro look and oversize spoked wheels are enough to prompt the planning of a vintage-themed party. This version of the design features a drawer that’s handy for keeping wine bottle openers and cocktail napkins.
The Old World Nautical Bar Globe Trolley - 16.5-in. will convince you that Lewis and travel mate Clark took the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of some fine distillables while they were mapping the Louisiana purchase. This wonderfully traditional piece starts with an opening globe that display an...
As graceful as Fred Astaire, as rapturous as Ginger Rogers, this bar trolley is also an industrious worker, offering three levels of storage and serving space in one compact footprint. Constructed from solid brass, it sports a vintage silver finish that complements its Art Deco lines.The industrial...
DuBois Bar Cart By Arteriors
$2,880 Only 6 Left
This cool cart is on a roll. It's design based on vintage industrial factory pieces, but it's made for the needs of today. Use it to organize your grab-and-go items in the entryway, placing things like keys, gloves and hats in the wire storage baskets. The top and shelf below can hold larger items...
Ozark Rolling Industrial Style Console Cart
$1,250 Only 4 Left
Cocktail connoisseurs, this one’s for you. Open this compact bar cart and you’ll find plenty of nooks for your bottles, glasses and barware accessories. When the party’s over, simply close it shut for a quick cleanup.
LaFayette Expandable Bar Cabinet
$450 · More Colors
This bar trolley is an easy way to be bold with neon color inside or outside of your home. When weather allows, roll this cart outside for a poolside patio bar or stow inside for a bright burst of color.
If you like your hot beverages on the go, this trolley is just your cup of tea. It's a fun way to serve your guests, too, whether filled with trays of appetizers or cocktails. Made with a natural birch frame, it's fitted with wheels so you can move it to wherever the party is.
Artek Tea Trolley 901
$2,230 · More Colors
Robinia wood is resistant to decay. All of the wood used in our furniture is sourced from Europe and is 100% FSC certificated. - Made in Poland. - Ships knocked down with easy assembly.
Riviera Serving Trolley
$699 Only 6 Left
Frame: birch, natural lacquered. Top: white or black ceramic tiles, edge birch, natural lacquered. Rattan basket, white wheels, lacquered MDF, black rubber rings.
Artek Tea Trolley 900, Black
$3,250 · More Colors
This trolley/bar cart is a modern icon designed by Alvar Aalto. Use it to bring entertainment supplies out to your deck or patio, or keep it permanently parked in your dining room or kitchen.
Artek Aalto 900 Trolley
I don't mean to seem biased, but I am. This is the ultimate modern bar cart, bar none! Designed by Alvar Aalto in 1936, it's a prime example of his pioneering experiments with bent plywood that we take for granted today.
Tea Trolley 901
This galvanized steel trolley has so may uses throughout the home: storage for the kitchen, bathroom, home office or even for the hall.
I've seen a lot of glass and chrome trolleys gaining popularity over the last decade; perhaps it's time to shake things up. this one is based on a traditional enamel and iron hospital trolley and it's full of vintage charm.
Faux bamboo and your choice of gorgeous colors to match your decor. What's not to love about this bar cart? Choose your faux bamboo frame in gold or silver and then select from 11 high gloss colors like turquoise, orange, or pink. What fun!
Admittedly, this isn't what you'd normally consider an appropriate bedside table, but hey, why not? It has plenty of room for blankets and books on the lower shelves, and you can conceal bits and pieces in a trinket box or two.
White gloss trays and a slim, tubular frame in chrome make this trolley a light and airy alternative to the heavy wooden versions. Its minimalist, contemporary design is well-suited to those small yet upscale condominiums. I can see it near a wall of windows with lush plants resting on the top and...
Tray Roller Trolley
Everyone needs a bar cart, even if you don't drink, to set up a fun coffee station for your guests. This gray one from Society Social is perfect.
Art Deco and modern at once, this bar cart is a striking piece that will add mad sophisticated retro style to your cocktail hour and parties.
Fold it up, or fold it out. This shiny flip cart can be used in any space, either permanently or just when necessary. It's pretty enough to do both.
I have a thing for chunky painted wood trays, and this trolley features two that are not only a gorgeous shade of turquoise, but removable too. There’s a lot of geometry happening here with cylinders, rectangles and an angular frame supporting the upper tray. It would make a stunning complement to...
The design of this trolley intrigues me with its combination of straight lines and curved elements, all popping in bright blue gloss. There’s a delicate curve at the end of the split legs that’s rather graceful; it’s a clear reference to the dancer’s pose that inspired the designer. It would also...
I love the idea of having a serving trolley, but like many others, I don’t have the space to use it as shelving or a side table when not entertaining (unless I want to play the “one in one out” game). This handy folding design may be a solution that doesn’t sacrifice good looks. At just 13½...
Bar carts are perfect in any home. They are great compact pieces to use for a small vignette. I love that this one is pink.
For some reason when I look at this, "Roll Out The Beerball, we'll have a beerball of fun" goes through my head. I do imagine this lovely modern rolling cart styled to perfection with barware, ready for a party on the terrace.
What an eyeful! This architectural design in stainless steel and glass has a glamour reminiscent of art deco. The top tray swings around on its own wheels, which lightens the look and presents an alternative serving option.
Eichholtz Collins Trolley
This design warms my heart. The Canaletto walnut trays remind me of the TV dinner tables my parents had in the 1970s (though I’m certain theirs were faux wood grain). The chrome tubular frame is sleek and elegant, making what is essentially a substantial piece appear light and airy.
I love the combination of the butcher’s block in a lovely warm maple with the stainless steel base. This is a piece that needs a permanent place in the kitchen to serve as a handy additional worktop.
John Boos Kitchen Trolley
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.
This iconic design from Richard Schulz’s 1966 collection still justifies its status nearly five decades after it was introduced. Clean, elegant lines punctuated by large, outlined white wheels make for a harmonious piece for the home. It’s designed for outdoors, but it’s such a pleasing piece that...
To satisfy customers' requests for a classic trolley, DWR worked with Møllers to bring the iconic Møller Trolley (1952) back into production. The Trolley can be used as a bar, serving trolley, occasional table or even a printer stand in an executive office. To make the solid walnut frame, Møller...
This pergola has the natural, classic look of turn of the century lodges in the mountains of New England with it's split timber and curved beams. It's a beautiful, substantial way to add an additional outdoor room to the back yard. I love the stacked stone and the craftsman style lighting...
Embrace the trend of industrial chic with this cool counter stool. Its wide-legged natural iron base supports a swivel seat of sandblasted and waxed wood for a rustic yet sophisticated vibe.
Bring a sense of industrial chic to your bar with this handsome stool. Its low-backed wooden seat, which has been sandblasted and given a natural wax finish, swivels on a rustic iron base.
Sleek, sloping curves and classy upholstery give this contemporary bar stool a Euro-inspired elegance, proving that you can have a pub table without the pub atmosphere. The neutral gold fabric contrasts tastefully with the dark wood and blends easily into any warm-toned setting.
Shaken or stirred? This roomy bar cabinet keeps everything you need to create your favorite libations organized and accessible. Behind its doors, you’ll find tons of shelf space for glasses, bottles and more. And when you’re done, simply close it shut for compact storage.
Newport Expandable Bar Cabinet
$450 · More Colors
There’s something almost primitive about this design, yet it’s sleek and slim enough to suit the most elegant setting. Crafted of American walnut, it boasts a contoured-for-comfort seat and a rich finish to make sitting at your bar a pure pleasure.
Kami Bar Stool, Set of 2
$1,247.40 Only 5 Left
With a classic silhouette, this bar cart makes a stylish addition to your kitchen, dining room or anywhere you love to entertain. Inside, it’s got space for stems, accessories and all of your favorite spirits. You even get a handy surface space to shake and stir as needed.
Cambridge Expandable Bar Cabinet
$450 · More Colors
This classic leather and oak bar stool has a masculine elegance, with its simple, solid structure and rich java color. The mid-height square back offers sturdy support but keeps a lower, modern profile.
Tapered legs lend lightness and grace to this classic counter stool. Upholstered in leather with nailhead trim, its classic styling and rich, earthy finish make it a natural choice for the kitchen, family room or bar.
Blake Counterstool, Ivory
$348.75 Only 3 Left · More Colors
Raise the bar! This sleekly styled bar stool will add a shot of coolness wherever it sits. Sidle a few up to your home bar or place them around your kitchen island.
Metro Bar Stool
You should rush to get this one. Reminiscent of Asian and classic midcentury designs, this stylish counter-height stool is handmade from solid walnut with a rush seat and comes in a choice of medium or natural finishes. When's the last time you saw a perch with this much panache?
Xian Counter Stool, Medium Walnut
$375 Only 4 Left · More Colors