7 Other Ways to Use a Bar Cart

7 Other Ways to Use a Bar Cart

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Nancy Mitchell
Feb 17, 2016
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These days, vintage bar carts (or vintage looking bar carts) are everywhere. And it's not hard to understand why — a bar cart is a great way to add a little whismsy and vintage glamour to any space. But if you're not much of a drinker, you may be feeling a little left out. So we've rounded up seven creative ways you can use a bar cart — with no booze in sight.

Above: A bar cart makes an excellent nighstand, as seen on Dash of Darling.

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If caffeine, and not alcohol, is your drug of choice, try creating a kitchen coffee station, like this one from A Beautiful Mess.

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A bar cart is also great for adding a little extra storage space in the kitchen, as seen on Decor8.

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Plants taking over your apartment? Use a bar cart as a plant stand, like in this example from the Glitter Guide.

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A bar cart makes a particularly good side table in a small space, because the lower shelves provide additional storage, and it can be moved around as needed. Image from Residence Magazine.

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Use a bar cart to store extra supplies in the office, as seen on Design Sponge.

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Or to add a little extra storage in the bathroom, as in this example from Martha Stewart.

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Take your bar cart outside! Jennifer from I Heart Organizing had the smart idea to use one to store grilling tools and utensils.

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Here's a fun idea from A Beautiful Mess: use a bar cart in the guest room to make sure your guests have everything they need.

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