Bar Cart Styling


Do you remember that metal cart I found at Goodwill for $10?


Isn’t she lovely? Who’s coming over for a drink? Cheers!

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  • Nova at

    I love that cart!!! just in time for DERBY! (is the mason jar “shaker” something you made or bought?)

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Oh! Good question. The shaker and the jiggers are from West Elm. They are part of their W+P Design Barware Collection.


  • Karen Mary Butterfly at

    Ching ching! Um, yes. I would love to come over for a drink. That mason jar shaker is fabulous! I think I need one. I need a how too as well! Oh, just saw you said they are a West elm. Even easier!! Off to check them out! Love it!!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Yes join me! From the looks of it I’ll be able to make whatever you’d like. And the shaker is fab! I may JUST be having a little giveaway here next week. Stay tuned!


  • Deneen@dreaming-n-color at

    I bought one of these to use outside for parties! They are so much fun! Love the way yours looks set up as a bar!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Aren’t they great? I saw one at an antique shop this past weekend for $70! Crazy!


  • Mysty Nyckel at

    Good God you’re a creative genius. LOL I bow down to you. I admit, I am not going to even attempt this, but it is absolutely lovely.

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Awww! How sweet are you!? Thanks a million Mysty!


    • Jodi Lewis at

      No doubt about it. Creative genius and so out of my league. Luv it.

  • Sam I Am...... at

    Awesome! Did it come in perfect condition like that or did you have to recondition it? No matter, it’s FAB! I have a wooden tea cart that belonged to my Mother that I use but I love the straws, flowers, mason jar shaker and all the little colorful “extras” you did to spruce it up! What’s in the mason jar? Great job as usual!

  • debi at

    Looks beautiful, and ready for a party!

  • Nova at

    thanks for the info on the mason jar shaker and drinkware!

  • ThriftDee at

    $10.00?! My local Goodwill would charge $40-$50 for that cart!! Lovely!

  • Sharenda at

    I really need to spam you for ideals. lol Love your site. hate that you no longer do bed and breakfast. You were gonna go on my bucket list 🙂

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