Monday Musings: Bar Cart Styling

Worlds Away
Good morning, friends! We hope you all had an amazing weekend. We had a great time at the High Point Furniture Market. It’s always fun to see what’s new! One of our favorite vendors is always Worlds Away. At October’s market, we picked this fabulous Worlds Away bar cart for the Beaufort house. We think it’s going to go in the dining room, but the entrance hall is also a possibility. 
The Doodle House
We think they’re beautiful no matter how you style them, but, for our purposes, our bar cart is going to be — well — a bar!
Design Schematic
We like the type of set up where the glasses are included, so everyone can sip in style with no trips to the kitchen!
Werd
Having a cutting board right on the bar cart is genius! No cocktail — or Perrier — is complete without a fresh squeeze of lemon or lime!
Timeout Chicago
We’d never thought of using magazines as part of our bar cart decor. National Geographic makes a great conversation starter too!
Wayfair
One of the things we saw everywhere at market were vases with a few banana leaves. We love the look on a table. Why not a bar cart?
Serena and Lily
These beautiful accessories complement the main event.
Simply Seductive
Color coordinating the bar is beautiful, but we like to be able to serve anyone his or her favorite drink at a moment’s notice!
Jan Showers
There’s nothing that makes a room like the perfect lighting. Adding a lamp to a bar cart really makes things shine!
Sally Wheat Interiors
A gorgeous ice bucket is a bar cart essential.
Mike Larson Photography
Everything’s better with a few fresh stems. Which ones are adorning your home today?

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To Market, To Market…

 We spent last weekend at the High Point Furniture Market, and had an absolute blast getting to see all the beautiful pieces — new trends and old favorites alike. 
Isn’t this oyster birdbath from Currey & Company so cool? Online it looked small, but in person it makes quite the statement!
 We love a touch of gold and glass and it was EVERYWHERE. This lovely Currey & Company find was gold without being too gold.
 This is a good representation of all the great little gold and glass tables that were such a trend. It’s from Cyan.
 These moss balls, also from Cyan, were so fun.
He wants his catch mounted over the fireplace. She wants a touch of glamour. Enter Phillips Collection.
 A crocodile skull with some pricey dental work from Phillips Collection may have been one of the most unique things we saw.
 These huge turtles from Wendover Art were incredibly eye-catching. We think they would look great hung horizontally too.
 Kenian Imports had fun bamboo pieces in all different colors.
 We were really into this shiny, chrome greek key lamp from World’s Away!
Elaine Smith’s collection of outdoor pillows come in every pattern you can imagine! 
That orange zebra was one of our favorites! 
Certainly, this was the tip of the iceberg for fabulous finds, but, though we always promise ourselves we’ll slow down and take great pictures, it has yet to happen… 

We hope you all had a great weekend!

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