Serving Cocktails with Style

We all covet something for our house. A piece we know is missing, but is hard to find and will be putting a dent in our wallet. For me, I have been scouting for a gold leaf bar cart for well over a year. Unable to commit and not wanting to justify the price tag with my better half, I have continued shopping even though I have found some great options. 

Doesn't this look lovely? 

Lilly Pulitzer Bamboo Bar Cart, Available Soon from her new furniture line

I rarely turn to gold when picking out anything for my house, but for some reason I am obsessed with the color for evoking a time well into our past, and bringing some glam into my living room. 

My search has involved flea markets and antique stores, since I am convinced I can find one that will be a steal. That has not been very successful. Problem is, when you are looking for something specific it rarely ever is found. 

I have found a few that I like, some with some age to them, others reproductions. All I know is that I am still not ready to commit, but I am glad I have some options. I am giving myself until Christmas since I am hosting and setting up a festive bar on my new cart makes me giddy. 

1. Arteriors "Emory" Bar Cart from Horchow $1,169
2. Antique 1970's Italian brass and brushed metal bar cart from Buck House on 1stDibs $2,200
3. Brass and cane bar cart by Farnsworth on 1stDibs $1,600
4. World's Away Bar Cart in gold leaf from Candelabra $817
5. Jan Showers Leland Drinks Cart, price upon request

Which one is your favorite? Help me decide! 


1 comment:

  1. I have been searching for that perfect bar cart for awhile as well, and while I do love gold it is a bit out of my price range. I recently found one at a consignment shop that resembles the second picture's style but in a distressed cream wood finish. It looks so warm and inviting in our living room! Bonus - it was $67.00! Unreal.

    My favorite out of the ones pictured would be #2 and #5!



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