How To Turn A Plain IKEA Bar Cart Into A Chic & Unrecognizable Coffee Cart

DIY BAR CART HACK
photo: IKEA

Here at Curbly, we’re fans of IKEA hacks. It’s fun to see others take something ordinary and put their own creative spin on it. And after seeing this bar cart transformation, I’m ready to make this version for myself! You have to see what it looks like now in all its coffee-serving glory!       

 

Completely unrecognizable, right?! I love the metallic and marble finishes, and this looks like such a chic way to serve up coffee anytime and anywhere. Continue Reading

How to Assemble The Perfect Bar Cart

How To Assemble A Bar Cart
Photo: Faith Towers

As craft cocktails continue to grace the drink lists of more and more menus across the country, stylish bar carts filled with craft liquors and unique ingredients are rising in popularity as well. Today we're going to share what we consider to be the essential components of every good bar cart.   

 

How To Assemble The Perfect Bar Cart
Photo: Faith Towers

It’s not as difficult as you might think to create a functional bar cart that can also act as an attractive focal point in your space. Continue Reading

Shopping Guide: 5 Favorite Affordable Bar Carts

5 Fabulous Affordable Bar Carts

Bar carts can be pricey. Like waste-your-whole-paycheck expensive. But every now and then you can find a really great inexpensive alternative… and I’m here to share five of my favorites with you.   

 

Five affordable bar carts.1. The Raskog Kitchen Cart is a popular option for anyone who may not have very much floor space to work with. It has wheels and three tray shelves, making it super functional… and the bright color gives it a playful feel! Buy your own at IKEA for $49. Continue Reading

New Premium Tutorial: Make a Smart Bar Cart from an Upcycled Baby Changing Table

created at: 07/15/2010

Hi Curbliers – We're still stocking our premium membership section with lots of fun, original how-tos. Now that the little ones have all grown up, its time to create some adult fun by transforming an old baby changing table into a smart bar cart.

“An old, outdated, three-tiered baby changing table seems like a perfect candidate for a makeover. Although the shelves are a bit too deep for a book shelf and the design doesn’t lend itself to a side table, if you switch out two of the shelves, jazz up the wood finish with some metallic paint and add some decorative and functional wheels, you’ll have a party on wheels for indoor and outdoor entertaining.”

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