The Rented Home

A house is made of walls and beams, but a home is made of love and dreams.

The Bar Cart

I recently found a sturdy Rattan small table from a resale website here locally. I was so inspired by the thought of having a bar cart I painted my new find and then pulled together some inspiration photos so that I could figure out how to style my new claimed bar cart.

I hope this inspires you in turning your new find or existing piece of furniture into a bar cart, tea cart or anything you need to serve your needs. Enjoy!

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These two pieces from IKEA would work great too.

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During my search on how to style my bar cart I discovered this great website, Society Social that would make you dream of having a bar cart and hosting your next party. Society Social also sells cocktail napkins, coasters, matches even hostess attire along with cocktail rings!

I hope you were inspired,

The Rented Home

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*You might find this interesting:  The History of the Bar Cart

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