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5 Favorites: Simple Bar Carts for the Holiday Season

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5 Favorites: Simple Bar Carts for the Holiday Season

Julie Carlson December 06, 2012

The bar cart is back (or maybe it never really went away); here are five we're actively considering:

Above: The brass-plated iron Libations Bar Cart from Crate & Barrel is $599.

Above: The Industrial Vintage Steel Trolley Bar Cart is $1,183 from Kathy Kuo Home via Amazon.

Above: The Ernest White Bar Cart was designed by Mash Studios for CB2; $149.

Above: The Arteriors Ponce Iron Bar Cart is $1,200 from Amazon.

Above: 1950s Milo Bar cart in antiqued brass (it's also available in silver) is $895 at Restoration Hardware.

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