Bar carts are a great alternative to stationary wet and dry bars. These vintage bar cart styles will bring a classy, fun look to your home.
- Woven Bistro Bar Cart from Anthropologie. Cute and retro, with one unusual feature that’s great if you move your cart around.
- Francesca Bar Cart in gold from Overstock. Simple elegance designed for function.
- Sixteenth-Century Italian Replica Globe Bar from Design Toscana. Designed to look like an old-world globe.
- ModHaus Rose Gold Metal Serving Bar Cart from Amazon. Two beautiful rose gold tiers with tempered glass shelves.
- Bayden Hill Round Gold Metal Bar Cart from Home Goods Center. Perfect for small spaces.
- Franklin Bar Cart in Weathered Gray from Target. A more industrial looking cart with room for plenty of bottles and glasses.
- Kiesel Retro Rolling Bar Cart from Wayfair. Two stylish gold hoops surround two very useful shelves.
- Rommel Bar Cart from Wayfair. Metal and tempered glass, with graceful curves and two wheels.
Vintage Bar Cart Options for Your Home
This rattan bar cart from Anthropologie is deceptively clever. It looks so simple, but on either side of the lower shelf, rings hold bottles steady when you’re moving the cart around.
This is such a handy little feature, especially if the reason you want it is so you can move it around your home.
The vintage styling, with the blue and white patterned rattan surfaces, coordinates perfectly with a beachy look or nautical themed decor.
Note that while the description says it’s for indoor or outdoor use, we have found that no rattan holds up to constant weather exposure. We recommend this one for mainly indoor use, with the occasional trip out to a patio or deck.
This gorgeous bar cart has a matte gold metal frame and faux wood shelves that will stand up to your serving needs. The style is simple and retro.
It has racks that can hold up to 6 wine glasses or Nick and Nora glasses, which are perfect for serving modern cocktails in vintage stemware. It also comes with 5 compartments for wine bottle or slim liquor bottle storage.
The top tier is simple and open, perfect for larger liquor bottles, snacks and stacks of plates. This is a beautiful way to serve friends at your home. And it can work just as perfectly for coffee and pastries.
It sits on 4 metal caster wheels so you can store it out of sight if you want and roll it out for special occasions.
We’ve been fans of this bar cart for a long time. It’s designed to look like an old-world globe.
The top opens to reveal storage space that holds a number of stemware glasses in a ring around the center, which holds a liquor bottle.
The bottom shelf holds a number of bottles or other accessories. And in this little bar, every bottle sits in a niche that holds it securely. There’s no chance of a bottle falling over and breaking.
The only thing you might find lacking about this one is space for snacks or plates. Every bit of it is dedicated to holding bottles or stemware.
This piece could be from the Art Deco period a century ago. The pattern of interlocking diamonds on this bar cart make it a statement piece that will glam up your home the instant it’s seen.
The rose gold adds a modern touch and the glass shelves mean easy cleaning. With the beauty of this piece, it’s easy to overlook the three rings on the lower right that hold liquor bottles steady when you’re moving the cart.
This is a piece that’s as functional as it is beautiful. It has handles on either side for easy rolling. You can tuck it away until you need it, or move it out onto the balcony or deck when you want to enjoy drinks out there.
If your style aspirations are always exceeding your space, this is the bar cart for you. It’s small and space-saving, but it gets the job done and looks gorgeous doing it.
This gold cart with mirrored shelves looks tiny. But it’s designed to accommodate three wine or liquor bottles with rings to hold them steady when the cart moves.
It also has racks to hold three wine or other stemware glasses upside down. The two shelves have a surprising amount of room for other bottles, snacks, plates and additional glasses.
This little cart may be compact, but it has everything you need to serve in style.
If all this rose gold and Art Deco glam isn’t really your thing, maybe the more industrial-looking Franklin bar cart will do it for you.
The shelves are a solid pine veneer stained to a weathered gray look. The metal frame has exposed rivets and other accents that echo mid-century design.
It could almost be a repurposed library cart from the 1960s. Two of the wheels even have locks so you can stop it from moving.
This cart has ample storage space for bottles, glasses, snacks and plates on both shelves. Under the top shelf is a rack for holding stemware.
This cart seems very sturdy and likely to last a long time.
This cart is just two simple shelves encircled with gold hoops, and that makes it so cool-looking. It looks like something you’d see in an old TV show (where everyone was offered a drink the minute they arrived at somebody’s home or office).
The shelves are flat and open, which leaves room for you to add wine racks, serving trays, or anything else to help you store items on your cart. It has glasses racks enough to hold 25 wine glasses.
While this cart lacks any way to secure bottles while you wheel it around, we think the amazing look of it more than makes up for that. This one might be a better choice for those planning to mostly leave it in place rather than move it around frequently.
This may just be the cutest bar cart we’ve found yet. It’s made with chrome and tempered glass, and it’s all about the graceful curves.
But what makes it so adorable are the two big wheels on the back. They also make it easy to move, even on carpet or rugs.
It almost has the look of an old bicycle, taken apart, refinished, and reassembled into a vendor’s cart for wheeling along on the street. But it’s designed for home, and that’s clear.
It looks very delicate, but it holds a decent amount of weight and the materials seem sturdy and likely to last a long time.