Bar Carts

More than a functional place to park your favorite bottles, a bar cart is your opportunity to make a spirited style statement. We’ve edited our picks down to ten trolleys that pack a potent aesthetic punch, from the sparest of lines to dramatic pieces with high-proof power to transform a space.


JZ by Jorge Zalszupin, 1959

Jorge Zalszupin

A Brazilian Modernist classic, the 'JZ' was designed in the 1950s by Jorge Zalszupin. Its pair of slender but oversized brass wheels dramatically play off the triangle-sided bottom shelf; the tray on top is removable.

From Espasso



Alvar Aalto


First introduced at the World’s Fair in 1937 and now part of the Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection, this iconic design adds charm and texture to an otherwise simple space.

From Artek


Richard Wrightman for Ghurka Officer’s Bar

Richard Wrightman


Crafted from exceptionally fine leather and American white oak, this refined version of a military classic is a regret-me-not investment that ages beautifully over time.


Normann Copenhagen Block Table by Simon Legald

Simon Legald


Modern, mobile and offered in myriad colors, this piece morphs from side table to bar cart, making it an incredibly adaptable option.

From Normann Copenhagen


A handcrafted walnut bar cart

Chris Earl


This classic handcrafted walnut bar cart with brass accents pairs well with a variety of aesthetics. This mid-century inspired bar cart, handmade by Los Angeles-based designer Chris Earl, is a true work of art.

From Trnk NYC


Flatiron-Wrought Bar Car


Modern, mobile and offered in myriad colors, this piece morphs from side table to bar cart, making it an incredibly adaptable option.

From ABC Carpet & Home


Julius Square Serving Trolley

Broberg & Ridderstråle

With its gorgeous curves, pop of rich color and contrasting wood tray, this highly functional cart is also a luxe style statement.

From Klong


West Elm Tiered Bar Console


Tiered Bar Console, complete with three tiers of storage and open glassware rack. A blend of antique brass, walnut and lacquer finished tops.


David Rockwell Valet Bar Cart for Stellar Works

David Rockwell


Valet is a 14 piece collection by the Rockwell Group designed for Stellar Works. They took inspiration from the roots of the word “valet,” but reinterpreted it for the 21st century – this crafted, unique furniture accommodates the narrative of our lives today.

From Stellar Works


Yabu Pushelberg James Bar Cart for Stellar Works

Yabu Pushelberg

The James collection by Yabu Pushelberg for Stellar Works is an understated exploration of modern masculinity – at once bold and defined, but also light and elegant. The range includes a chaise, desk, stool and bar trolley, each one meticulously proportioned and ergonomically shaped.

From Stellar Works

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