Osbornes Kitchen, Portland
Photo: Whitney Lyons © 2012 Houzz
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Jamie and Erin Osborne’s red metal cart provides extra counter space in their kitchen. During a get-together, it could serve as an on-the-go drink and appetizer station, moving from room to room with the party. Share: Show off your bar cart in the Comments.
3. Tell a story. A pair of Portland, Oregon, homeowners used a vintage industrial cart to create a nostalgic breakfast and condiment station. Vintage-inspired magnets, hanging aprons, carefully curated kitchenware and coordinating dish towels and artwork soften the piece, making it a colorful hub in a busy kitchen.Tour this charming home
This red metal cart provides extra counter space in the kitchen and is from an antiques store in Aurora, Oregon. The red step stool and dustpan once belonged to Erin's great-grandmother. The model pictured in the framed Coca-Cola poster reminds Erin of an old friend, and the dog is a reminder of her mom's late dog Patsy. Erin says, "I am obsessed with cute aprons. I don't cook, but I love a good-looking apron."