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Tips On Styling Your Bar Cart

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Styled By Sarah Sherman Samuel & Photo by Jenna Peffley

Styled By Sarah Sherman Samuel & Photo by Jenna Peffley

Can you believe Christmas is tomorrow already?! I thought I'd add this last minute post  for any of you having a Christmas Eve Party tonight and needing some last minute tips on styling your bar cart. How fantastic is the one above styled by Sarah Sherman Samuels!! She is a styling/interior goddess and fun fact she got this bar cart from a local store I used to intern with here in Grand Rapids a few years ago. 

Styling Tips

  • Look for pretty packaging. I am such a sucker for good branding/ cute labels even when I have no idea how the wine/liquor tastes quality wise - so maybe don't follow my example but find one that ticks both boxes.
  • Add different shape and heights bottles- just like normal decor you want to to play around with different levels. This would work with glasses and also decanters too. 
  • High to low design, ie: some expensive pieces and some cheaper items mixed well together will make everything look expensive. 
  • Adding a couple pieces that aren't "bar related". Sarah does this really well with the coffee table books and gold bowl. 

Merry Christmas to You & Your Loved Ones! 

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