Hi everyone! Is it warming up where you are this week? We got some much-needed snow on Friday and the temps quickly warmed up for the rest of the weekend. We spent the weekend at college fairs for our son. And, all of this college talk got me thinking about cocktails on Friday (Thursday)! And, with our renovated backyard, I have my eye on a few Pottery Barn bar carts for the home and patio.
Up until last summer, I never thought about bar carts. I remember my mom used aluminum, folding television trays for her bar cart so guests wouldn’t stain her newly installed Formica countertop.
In full disclosure, I intended to share a variety of sites with bar carts, but I could not move my mouse away from Pottery Barn. It turns out, Pottery Barn has a nice selection (and price point) so today is all about the Pottery Barn bar carts for the home and patio.
No affiliate links, just a good oldfashioned helpful link. Oh, and many of these are on sale.
Pottery Barn Bar Carts
The Tristan Metal Bar Cart has come along way from my parent’s metal t.v. trays.
When pulling a few inspirations for bar carts, never start with Pottery Barn, because it just sets the bar high (no pun intended). But stick with me, because I found a few options if you are in the market for a bar cart. Let me know which ones caught your eye. I’ll share my favorite bar cart at the bottom of the post.
It’s hard to call the Chatham Outdoor Bar a bar cart, but it pulls up on the website when I search bar carts. This one is on sale on the website. See the link below.
Don’t want that large of a bar cart? It’s kind of pushing it by describing this one as a bar cart.
This option for a bar cart includes a removable stainless tub for drinks. It’s also at Pottery Barn and it is on sale here.
Mobile Bar Carts
If you have a small budget or a tiny living space (or postage size deck) here is a smaller and more affordable option. My daughter had her eye on this bar cart for her tiny (Denver) apartment.
My only issue with this mobile bar cart is with our 90 pound-ish Berner. She requires a generous turning radius to navigate tight corners and this bar cart might take a spin on those wheels.
Here is the Abrego all-weather wicker cart. This one is $699 which sounds like a typo. I think I could rig up some wheels on an oversized basket and call it an all weather-wicker bar cart. Judge for yourself.
The Abbey Oval Bar Cart is a little fancier than my tastes, but it would be darling in so many homes. Again, my Bernese mountain dog could upend this cart with a slippery paw. She is a hot mess most days. Which explains why I need a cocktail by Friday.
I will be back to share more affordable options for tiny spaces and budgets. Do you have a favorite Pottery Barn bar cart?
My favorite cart is the Chatham Console. It’s narrow and lighter which makes it easier to relocate in or outside depending on the time of year.
Look what showed up in the mail today; the Pottery Barn catalog. The summer catalog had a few additional options for bar carts too. Now, I may need to sit down with a glass of wine and peruse the catalog.