The Best Bar Carts you should buy

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If you’re tired of keeping your cocktail glass collection in a cupboard, it might be time to invest in a bar cart. A bar cart serves as both a storage option and a decorative opportunity. We asked 11 interior designers to share their best selections. You’ll find a cart to suit every budget, space, or style listed below. And if you’re not sure how to fill your new bar cart, don’t worry; we’ve got a guide that details all the best gear you’ll need to maintain your cart well supplied and decorated.

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Silverwood FS1133B-COM Sinclair 2-Tier Serving Cart

“This mid-century bar cart may be utilized in any setting. It’s large and open, making it ideal for holding bottles, glasses, and other barware. The mirror and metallic elements are quite elegant, and I love the reflections created by the mirrors.” – Natalie Kraiem, designer

Mid-Century Bar Cart


Linon Gina Mid-Century Bar Cart, Gold

“We adore the clean lines of this mid-century item. The warm walnut is beautifully matched by a hint of brass, resulting in a stylish but not too shiny look. This is the cart from which we imagine making a whiskey on the rocks.” – Chloe Pollack Robbins and Anna Cappelen, designers

Metal Rolling Bar Cart

Signature Design by Ashley Kailman Modern Glam Metal Rolling Bar Cart

Maximum storage is provided by three shelves. This gold cart would look great in virtually any design – gold is a neutral — where you want to add a bit of glimmer.” – Alessandra Wood, Modsy’s vice-president of style

Glasgow Bar Cart

Royal Gourmet Double-Shelf Movable Dining Cart

“You can’t match the price on this cart, and the added advantage is that it looks great as well. It seems extremely Bauhaus in black, and it packs a powerful geometric punch on a white wall. This may serve a few functions apart than serving as a bar – I’d love to decorate it with books and plants.” – Liz Lipkin, Homepolish, designer

Nathan James Carter Rolling Bar Tea or Cocktail Bar Cart

“I adore this bar cart for entertaining in the summer and spring. The beautiful color choices and texture are ideal for an outdoor celebration. I, too, am a fan of the detachable tray. It’s really useful, and you can even put glasses in it. It’s ideal for an outside party.”

Haotian FKW56-HG Modern Design 3 Tiers Bar Cart

Haotian FKW56-HG Modern Design 3 Tiers Kitchen Trolley Serving Trolley with Wine Rack Metal & MDF (Grey)

“When you have an empty area that you don’t know what to do with, this little, circular bar cart is the ideal solution.” Its compact size allows it to fit into even the tiniest living rooms.” – Alessandra Wood, Modsy’s vice-president of style

Womio Industrial Rolling Bar Carts

“This bar cart makes me think of summer. I like how the vintage wood mood is balanced with the clean lines; the glass lends a lightness to it.” – Chloe Pollack Robbins and Anna Cappelen, designers

LVB Bar Cart

“This tiny bar cart is excellent for cramped quarters. Because of the clear acrylic material, it is contemporary and does not stick out as much. It has wonderful areas for holding glasses and bottles, so every inch is used to its full potential.” – Natalie Kraiem, designer

Oval Gold Bar Cart 

glitzhome 30.75" H Oval Gold Bar Cart

“This bar cart exudes beach holiday feelings all year long. I adore the rattan design since it is both comfortable and sophisticated.” – Alessandra Wood, Modsy’s vice-president of style

FIVEGIVEN Bar Cart

FIVEGIVEN Bar Cart Kitchen Serving Cart

“Lucite and brass will always be a winning combination. This bar cart appears to be luxurious and entertaining.” – Chloe Pollack Robbins and Anna Cappelen, designers

Wine Bar Serving Cart for Home


Wine Bar Serving Cart for Home

“I adore the daintiness and intricacies on this cart – it makes me think of summer. I can see it moving from your dining room to your terrace for outside parties (assuming you have outdoor space).” – Casey DeBois, designer

Haotian Bar Serving Cart

“Our top selection is the Horst Brunning HB 128 Bar Cart, which was developed in 1968!” – Sheena Murphy and Tor Sauder, nune Design Studio