Haute Residence presents a roundup of sleek, luxury bar carts—the perfect blend of style and function.
#1: Lucite and Steel
Designed in the 1970s by Karl Springer, this rarely-seen model is a collector’s item available for $8,750. The cart’s thick lucite shelves are enclosed by a mirror polished steel frame, perfect for holding a cart of heavier items.
The ultra modern cart would be a unique accent in a traditional space, of would complement a modern setting.
This vintage, mid-century modern French brass bar cart is topped with clear glass. The cart’s wooden handle is is a perfect accent to the brass gallery edges and wheels. Made in the 1950s, it is on the market for $1,650.
Use this cart to create a portable party, wherever your guests choose to lounge.
This classic statement piece is available to purchase for $3,700. Designed in the 1960s, this Mastercraft cart maintains its original wheels and nickeled silver hardware.
It unfolds in two sections to black laminate, perfect for creating a serving space for cocktails or hors d’oeuvres.
Designed by Aldo Tura in the 1950s, this mid-century modern, handsome cart is a vintage treasure. Priced at $2,500, the lacquered goatskin is complemented by polished brass hardware. Its neutral tone would fit with any color palette.
This French-inspired bar cart can be purchased for $1,950. Its sleek, modern lines are designed from chrome with a brass trim and has two smoked glass tops. This cart's clean lines would blend with any style of decor.
This natural, sustainable rattan cart is available for $625. This cart will add a touch of whimsy to any space, as it is available in 13 high gloss colors. It features hand-accented with subtle gold leafing, and hand-wrapped with rattan peel for strength and texture.
Its removable top tray and wine caddy allow for easy storage, access, and entertaining. For a more traditional look, it is also available in gold or silver.