Photography by MATT ALBIANI Photography by AARON BENGOCHEA

Great ideas for styling your bar cart.

See creative ideas for an at-home bar and three space-saving bar carts. 

Photography by DEBORAH JAFFE

Use trays to help you divide your bar cart into zones, and dedicate each zone to a specific bar essential. A bar that’s both stylish and organized=mission accomplished.

Photography by Brittany Ambridge

Plants and diffusers are perfect small bar cart knick-knacks.

Photography by BRITTANY AMBRIDGE

Here’s a smart tactic: Only put the

pretty liquor bottles

“] on display.

Photography by Brittany Ambridge Photo by Zara Home

Leave extra space on the top of your bar cart for pouring and mixing elbow room.

Photography by MARY ROZZI

Fresh flowers are a must to add beautiful aroma and color.

Photography by PAUL COSTELLO photo courtesy of devol kitchens

Search thrift stores for stylish bar elements you can pick up for a steal.

Photography by DEBORAH JAFFE

Matching pitchers, trays, and ice buckets make any bar cart look put together.

Photography by MARCUS NILSSON

Add personality to the wall behind your bar cart. Yes, guests will definitely take note (and distract them for a bit).

Photography by Brittany Ambridge

If you can, display your silver and glassware near a bright light source, for some extra shine.

Photography by whitney morris

Cloth cocktail napkins and fabrics are a small detail that can go a long way.

Photography by PAUL COSTELLO

Your bar should be built for your needs and the beverages you like to drink and serve. Check out domino’s home bar checklist here.