Don’t let a name fool you—many pieces of furniture can go well beyond their intended functions. Take, for instance, our Mid-Century Bar Cart. With two sizable shelves, brass rails, and wheels to make it ultra-portable, it might just be one of our most versatile pieces. We designed it to be perfect for your at-home cocktail station, but here are 5 more ways you can put this awesome cart to good use!
Home Office Hub
Your desk can only take you so far. Get your files, boxes of paper, printers, and miscellaneous gadgets under control with one centralized hub. Use the top shelf to keep pens, scissors, and printers on-hand. Keep reams of paper in boxes on the lower shelf. Check out how our home stylist Johanna Mele used this bar cart as an office hub in SNL star Leslie Jones’s apartment.
Short on counter space? This is a great way to keep all of your kitchen tools on-hand and at-the-ready. Use s-hooks along the cart’s rails to hold lightweight pans and utensils.
Medicine cabinet spilling over? Get your bathroom under control by keeping daily-use products corralled on an acrylic tray. The bottom shelf can be used to hold extra towels and washcloths.
When lined with a protective cloth, our bar cart makes the perfect work station for the at-home gardener. Tuck away bags of soil and tools on the lower shelf, and use the top shelf as a surface for potting and displaying house plants. Note: be sure to thoroughly protect your bar cart surfaces if working extensively with water or moist materials.
Entryway Landing Strip
Entryways can become overrun with shoes, jackets, mail, and bags. Keep all of these things neatly available on this bar cart. Keep mail trays and bowls for keys on the top shelf and store shoes and hat/glove baskets on the lower level.