Rolling Bar Cart5:30:00 AM
I turned an end table into a rolling bar cart...
The cart was the perfect size and shape to turn into a rolling cart. Two handles on either side of the table serve as tray handles. You can use them to roll the cart from place to place.
I painted the table/cart Old White using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.
Speaking of rolling the cart... I added wooden castors from D. Lawless Hardware to the bottom of each leg. The castors look vintage and work great to roll the cart around.
Now every good bar cart needs a wine glass holder and a place to store wine bottles.... I have a knack for finding just what I'm looking for when I go to the thrift store. I picture what I need and most of the time find it... Strange I know.
Today I needed a wine glass hanger to attach to the underside of the cart and here it is... I found this Pottery Barn wine glass hanger. I took it apart and added the metal hangers to the underside of the top shelf.
And here is the wine bottle holder I found...
Now obviously I can not use the whole thing so I cut off a row of bottle holders, painted it to match the cart, and attached it to the bottom shelf.
A tray can be added to the top to hold snacks, napkins, and more glasses.
The cart is the perfect rolling bar cart for entertaining this summer.
This beautiful cart sold in just a few days!
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