There’s nothing better than celebrating with friends and family over the holiday season. Bar carts are of the coolest enternainment accesories for your home. Even if you don’t drink alcohol, you can set one up to use as a coffee station, a place to put food and drinks for brunch or a place to display your cool vintage glass bottles. I personally love decorating and redecorating my bar cart for the seasons.
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I’m sure you could imaging how my mind was spinning when Chairish challenged me to come up with a dream bar cart for the holidays using products from their site! Do you know and love Chairish too? Chairish is a site where you can buy and sell vintage furniture, decor, jewelry and fashion accessories, and they have lots of cool stuff. It took me hours to decide what I would want on my virtual bar cart. When I thought I was done, I realized that my cart was kind of mellow for the holidays. So I decided to make two bar carts, with the second one being over-the-top screaming “I LOVE CHRISTMAS.” It’s my favorite.
Teal Glass Decanter, Pineapple Ice Bucket, Gold Swirl Cocktail Set, Starburst Rocks Glasses, Corkscrew, Starburst Trays, Danish Modern Bar Cart
I can’t get enough of those gorgeous Starburst Trays. And I’m dying to make a classy cocktail and sip it from those amazing Starburst Rocks Glasses. Totally Mad Men style. The brass pineapple ice bucket makes my heart sing Mele Kalikimaka, because it is the thing to say.
Frosted Glass Ice Bucket, Mid-Century Regency Brass and Glass Bar Cart, Vintage Dansk Gold Holiday Glasses, Vintage Poinsettia Tumblers and Caddy, Vintage Penguin Ice Bucket With Dishes, Vintage Christmas Star Light, 1960’s Ombre Christmas Ornaments, Aluminum Christmas Tree
Ahh, but this bar cart. It’s glistening and shiny and all Christmasy perfect! I want to grab my ugly Christmas sweater, sit by the tree, eat candied nuts from those penguin bowls and drink egg nog from poinsettia glasses. Doesn’t that sound perfect!
So what would you put on your holiday bar cart? Do you have a favorite holiday drink recipe? I’m dying to know. Do you need one? Here is my favorite.