Beverage Cart Makeover

5:30:00 AM

I picked up an old cart with wheels at a local salvage barn and quickly 
turned it into a beautiful beverage cart...

Beverage Cart Makeover www.homeroad.net


The cart came home with me looking like this...

Beverage Cart Makeover www.homeroad.net

It had great bones and I loved the height... it was a little bit taller than many carts. 

I began by cleaning the piece and tightening all the screws. A quick sanding was all it needed to smooth the surface. 

I'm using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® in Old White to paint this cart and while there is no sanding or priming needed for painting, a smooth surface is always a good place to start.

Beverage Cart Makeover www.homeroad.net

I added a wine glass rack to the under side of the top. These are pieces I had left from a recent thrift store spree. You can see how the pieces were assembled here.

Beverage Cart Makeover www.homeroad.net

The cart had a built in dowel to hang a tea towel as well as handles on each side of the cart.

Beverage Cart Makeover www.homeroad.net

 I added a knob to the front of the cart to hang a wine opener.


Beverage Cart Makeover www.homeroad.net

This cart had great style and now is the perfect cart to serve beverages, drinks, or food for entertaining. 

Beverage Cart Makeover www.homeroad.net

See a few more beverage carts I made in the related posts below.


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5 comments

  1. Where is your local salvage barn? I live in the general area and would love to check it out. Thanks. Ellen

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    1. Hi Ellen
      It is a private woman who sells things out of her house in Patchogue.

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  2. love the cart as I usually do all your creations. A few days ago I spent 2 hours pinning stuff from your Pinterest boards. You really rock the re-dos in my opinion.

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    1. You are such a sweetie! Thank you so much for all your kind words, it means a lot to me. :)

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  3. It's really lovely, Susan. You are very talented and have a lot of vision, for sure! :) Pinning!

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