A bar cart is a popular piece that may be used as a home bar or to serve drinks for your guests at the party. You can choose and make one yourself, it’s not that difficult – hack some Ikea pieces or renovate an old cart into a cool new one; let’s have a look how to DIY a bar cart and what you can make.
A bar cart is a necessary piece at every party, and today we offer you to easily renovate an old one. Take a tea or a bar cart and paint it the way you like to make it bold and chic. The tutorial is pretty easy – just spray paint the bar cart and make it cool!
IKEA hacks are very popular today because IKEA makes basic things that are easy to decorate or repurpose. Change this IKEA Kallax bookshelf into a bar cart adding casters, handles and painting if you want – read how to realize this tutorial in the source.
This DIY bar cart looks like a custom, higher end bar cart and that is also a bit rustic. It’s a little time consuming to build, but definitely worth it in the end, especially for the amount of savings! It cost less than $50 in building materials to build. Interested? Read the tutorial!
An old metal rolling cart can be turned into a chic one using some bold paint. Here the authors used neon yellow to make the piece stand out and they also added casters and handles for comfortable using. Look how gorgeous and glam it looks, wanna make one?
IKEA hacks are probably among my favorite DIY projects – it’s so fun to add personal touches to an already great piece! The BYGEL Utility Cart from IKEA is a must have for any home cause of ample space, sturdy, and tons of hooks for random objects. For these reasons it’s a perfect cart to revamp into a chic bar cart.
A cool and chic bar cart is an easy and inexpensive way to add some character or eccentricity to a space. This metallic bar cart is spray painted copper and there were some leather touches added to the cart to make it more refined and comfortable in using.
This project is from Pinterest, and it adds the perfect pop of color to the room and is way more exciting than having your booze stored in a cupboard! You’ll need a vegetable trolley, spray paint it in a bold shade and add colorful placemats of a different color. Print off our bar cart sign, pop it in a frame and place it on top of the cart!
This old wooden bar cart was painted ombre, which is a hot trend in décor right now. I love the combo of bold blue and white colors in one. Looks very refreshing! Find out how to make such a cart for a modern space.
A MULIG shelving unit for Ikea can become a chic and glam bar cart. Metallic gold spray paint and contact paper in some cool color will turn the piece into a cool one easily. Read the details in the tutorial.