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    19 Ways An Industrial Bar Cart Can Improve Your Life

    Just in case you're looking for somewhere gorgeous to rest your whiskey...

    1. You can turn your bar cart into a mini-speakeasy with vintage bottles and art.

    2. Try a petite and pretty cart when you have limited space but still want to add some class.

    The three-shelf cart comes with a handle so you can push this around at parties too! Find it on Etsy.

    3. This 1940s vintage cart is incredibly unique with glass and its original red vise.

    It'll add depth to a room and your cocktails. (Another Etsy find!)

    4. If you prefer something sleek, this reclaimed wood bar will be the perfect place to support your barware.

    Find it on Etsy.

    5. Does this cart feel epic in a literary way? That's because it's a former library cart turned bar cart.

    I'll drink to that!

    6. To make your cart feel warm, small touches like fresh flowers make a big impact.

    7. What better way to display those decanters than on this industrial cart?

    This is technically a kitchen island, according to World Market, but at $449.99 you might as well put your most precious items here. (Read: booze)

    8. If the reclaimed wood from a 75-year-old barn isn’t enough of a sell, then the bonus wine storage should be!

    Score it on Etsy.

    9. The metal cage doors may seem intimidating, but who wouldn't want to be a little overprotective, right?

    Another World Market find that has plenty of storage for all your barware plus beverages.

    10. But who needs to hang art when your cart is tall enough to accent the walls?

    11. If you mean business (and I think you do), then this 6-foot-tall cart is sturdy enough to carry everything you'll ever need.

    It's called "The Burly" on Etsy, for obvious reasons.

    12. I'm not sure what's prettier: the crystal decanters or the cart? (But probably all of the above.)

    13. It's not hard to imagine pushing this gorgeous cart around at a party, right?

    14. If you need something edgier, this large cart from the '60s has that aged industrial look.

    Plus there's a lacquer over the whole thing so you don't have to worry about chipping or further rust.

    15. A simple and chic black cart will never go out of style.

    Plus, for $65 it's a total steal!

    16. But if you're feeling bold, the bright red door of this '70s rolling metal cabinet turned cart will stand out in any room.

    It can be yours on Etsy.

    17. This one's not for any lightweights out there — it weighs a whopping 180 pounds with the original maple butcher's block.

    Another beautiful Etsy find!

    18. This 1940s cart has refurbished wood from a rail yard, and tall handles so it's easy to move around.

    Buy it on Etsy.

    19. Looking for a DIY project? Instructions on how to make this lovely lime green cart over at A Beautiful Mess.

    Cheers to these!

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    Happy shopping/DIYing/dreaming of bar carts!

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