The concept of bar carts was disappearing simply because they were no longer fashionable, but lately these wheeled double-deck tables are coming back with some really interesting proposals. Below we bring you this list of what might be the top 11 bar carts that we could probably take home:

1. Industrial Bar Cart: This ‘industrial’ cart seems great for its simple but kind of harsh line that resembles an industrial factory environment. With an imperfect and used finished, the cart is made of steel, which gives it weight and strength.

Industrial Bar Cart

Industrial Bar Cart

2. 1930s French Trolley: This French trolley was inspired by a very refined style of first class cabins in French trains in the thirties. The cart has a space to put bottles without them moving; this gives some stability to the bottom of the cart in which you can put up to six bottles at ease.

1930s French Trolley

1930s French Trolley

3. Mayfair Bar Cart: This cart is a marvel with how complete it is. More than a simple cart is truly a wheeled mini bar with compartments to hang glasses, and wide space where you can store all your cocktail kit. It is made of steel and walnut, which gives it a great style.

Mayfair Bar Cart

Mayfair Bar Cart

4. Ralph Lauren Cliff House: This is the designer car that will give your interior an impeccable style if your thing is a modern style with pure and clean lines. This cart is made of polished stainless steel and tempered glass that provide that perfect touch.

Ralph Lauren Cliff House

Ralph Lauren Cliff House

5. Tribecca Home Myra Rustic Mobile Kitchen Bar: Inspired by natural materials, this Tribecca cart is also designed for wine lovers since at the bottom you can put a few bottles of wine. Additionally three levels allow you to place everything necessary to entertain your guests.

Tribecca Home Myra Rustic Mobile Kitchen Bar

Tribecca Home Myra Rustic Mobile Kitchen Bar

6. Mid Century Bar Cart: Inspired by the furniture of 1950, the Mid Century cart is made of eucalyptus and walnut with a great colour and strength that will make it incomparable. The lines are classic and refined, which somehow gives it a very interesting timelessness.

Mid Century Bar Cart

Mid Century Bar Cart

7. SAIC Tonic Bar Cart: Designed by Zach Pino, from School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), this is one of the most modern carts both for the materials used for its making and for its design. What makes it different is its triangular shape while the acrylic with which is made gives it transparency and lightness.

SAIC Tonic Bar Cart

SAIC Tonic Bar Cart

8. Cart French Crank: More than just a bar cart, the French Crank is a real piece of decoration that could have come out of a movie from the 50s. Totally made in dark gray iron, this cart features two front handles that provide all its personality.

Cart French Crank

Cart French Crank

9. Flip Cart By Kartell: Flip Cart has been designed by Antonio Citterio for Kartell and its minimalist shape will surely be liked by many. The designer has used light materials as a discrete metal frame and a pair of transparent acrylic levels in red. Ideal for a young, modern and uncomplicated home.

Flip Cart By Kartell

Flip Cart By Kartell

10. Ernest Chrome: This is another minimalist cart that will appeal to those looking for a refined and simple design. Cylindrically shaped, Ernest Chrome is ideal for those without much space or just looking for something basic.

Ernest Chrome

Ernest Chrome

11. Assembly Home Tovah Bar Cart: This seems to be one of the most interesting carts for this design that uses spaces differently. The three levels allow you to use it comfortably but keeping a sense of lightness. Despite being made of wood, the Assembly Home feels light and is ideal for a classical interior.

Assembly Home Tovah Bar Cart

Assembly Home Tovah Bar Cart

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