best of: belly up to these bars.
by victoria comment


vintage black bar cabinet. / sfgirlbybay

when is a bar not really a bar? when it’s re-purposed into one — that’s when it simply becomes a bar. ’tis the season for serving festive cocktails and making cheery toasts but don’t stress out if you haven’t a bar cart! just create one — using an existing surface like an old end table, a bench, a cabinet of some kind — like an opened  or something like ikea’s very affordable . or, simply fetch a and create your pretty bar there — place it on a buffet, coffee table, or even your kitchen counter and bam! you’re good to host those eggnogs and holiday cocktails of all kinds. if you want to anchor the look, add a piece of artwork behind it as you see in many of these inspiring images. of course, you can always opt for an actual , and i’ve got some vintage beauties in stock at super marché — like this brassy bar cart, this mid-century version or this rolling cart. cheers to stress-free cocktail hours!

mid-century modern side table as home bar. / sfgirlbybay

vintage cabinet as cocktail bar. / sfgirlbybay

moroccan cabinet with bar storage on top. / sfgirlbybay

mid-century modern bar cabinet. / sfgirlbybay

brass bar cart. / sfgirlbybay

industrial blue cabinet as bar storage. / sfgirlbybay

teal blue cabinet used as bar storage. / sfgirlbybay

vintage bar with martini glasses. / sfgirlbybay

bar trays. / sfgirlbybay

folding tray table bar. / sfgirlbybay

dark wood bar with dark green walls. / sfgirlbybay

portrait painting over mid-century modern bar cabinet. / sfgirlbybay

black folding tray table as home bar. / sfgirlbybay

rolling tray table bar against kitchen island. / sfgirlbybay

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