Make a Rolling Bar Cart

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I turned an end table into a rolling bar cart...

End table turned into a rolling bar and beverage cart www.homeroad.net

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. 


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I painted the table/cart Old White using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.

End table turned into a rolling bar and beverage cart www.homeroad.net

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.

End table turned into a rolling bar and beverage cart www.homeroad.net

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. 

End table turned into a rolling bar and beverage cart www.homeroad.net

And here is the wine bottle holder I found...

End table turned into a rolling bar and beverage cart www.homeroad.net

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. 

End table turned into a rolling bar and beverage cart www.homeroad.net



A galvanized tray can be added to the top to hold snacks, napkins, and more glasses

End table turned into a rolling bar and beverage cart www.homeroad.net

The cart is the perfect rolling bar cart for entertaining this summer. 

End table turned into a rolling bar and beverage cart www.homeroad.net

End table turned into a rolling bar and beverage cart www.homeroad.net

This beautiful cart sold in just a few days!

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2 comments

  1. perfection. Think of how many of these you can make with the extra wine rack pieces! I think they would sell well.

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  2. super transformation from table into bar cart Susan! LOVE D.Lawless hardware! I've used those casters... I should get some more to keep on hand.

    great job friend!
    gail

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