Following the rush of last month’s festivities, it can be tough not to get a touch of the post holiday blues. With this in mind DPAGES has gathered some covetable versions of the most festive furnishing around – the bar cart / tea trolley. Whether you choose to stock them with tea and cakes, poolside refreshments or other… less innocuous libations, I think we can all agree that these pretty little rollers are nothing short of a party on wheels.
Above – Come As you Are Rolling Bar Cart by Dante Goods And Bads.
The 1968-designed Steel Pipe Drink Trolley by Shiro Kuramata.
Casamania Chariot Mobile Table.
Gold leafed Fantome Bar Cart by Niermann Weeks.
Biron Slate Top Bar Cart by Modern Living Supplies.
FLOAT Serving Cart by MUT Design.
JZ tea trolley designed by Jorge Zalszupin in 1950.
Josef Bar Cart inspired by 1920s German Bauhaus design.
Roost Circa Bar Cart.
Bar Cart no. One in Old Navy by The New Traditionalists.
The Art Deco inspired Roost Florin Brass Bar Cart.
‘Chariot’ by David Nicolas.
Love all of the bar carts but the art deco inspired one is especially gorgeous!! Cheers!
So glad you liked them!
Gorgeous round-up. I love seeing some of the ‘original’ designs since these have become so popular lately.
Thanks, Emily! I had a bunch of vintage ones from 1stdibs but had to rein it in a bit.
The Art Deco inspired is my favorite