How to Build a DIY Bar Cart for Less than $ 50! This rustic DIY wooden bar cart is stylish and inexpensive! Easy to follow bar cart plans! #diy #barcart #barcartstyling #woodworking diy bar carts
A bar cart is a popular piece that can be used as a home bar or for serving drinks to your guests at the party. You can choose and make one yourself, it's not that difficult - hack some Ikea parts or remodel an old cart into a cool new one. Let's take a look at how to make a bar cart and what to do.
A bar cart is a necessary part at any party, and today we offer you to simply renovate an old one. Take a tea or bar cart and paint it how you want to make it bold and chic. The tutorial is pretty simple - just spray the bar cart and make it cool!
IKEA hacks are very popular these days as IKEA makes basic things that are easy to decorate or reuse. Turn this IKEA Kallax bookcase into a bar cart that adds casters, handles, and painting if you want - read how to make this tutorial in the source.
This DIY bar cart looks like a high-end custom bar cart and is also a little rustic. Building is a little time consuming, but it's definitely worth it, mostly because of the savings! Building materials cost less than $ 50 to build. Interested? Read the tutorial!
An old metal trolley can be turned into a chic one with a little paint. Here the authors used neon yellow to make the piece stand out, and they added rollers and handles for convenient use. Look how beautiful and glamorous it looks, do you want to do one?
IKEA hacks are probably one of my favorite DIY projects - it's so much fun adding a personal touch to an already great piece! The BYGEL Utility Cart from IKEA is a must for every home use as it offers plenty of space, robustness and lots of hooks for random objects. For these reasons, it is a perfect cart to convert into a chic bar cart.
A cool and chic bar cart is an easy and inexpensive way to add character or eccentricity to a room. This metallic bar cart is made of spray painted copper and some leather elements have been added to make the cart more refined and comfortable.
This project comes from Pinterest and adds the perfect splash of color to the room. It's way more exciting than keeping your alcohol in a closet! You need a vegetable cart, spray it in a bold shade, and add brightly colored placemats in a different color. Print out our bar car sign, put it in a frame and place it on the cart!
This old wooden bar cart has been painted ombre which is a hot decor trend right now. I love the combination of strong blue and white colors in one. Looks very refreshing! Find out how to make such a cart for a modern space.
A MULIG shelf for Ikea can turn into a chic and glamorous bar cart. Metallic gold spray paint and contact paper in a cool color make the piece a cool one easily. Read the details in the tutorial.