12 Clever Ways to Use Bar Carts That Have Nothing to Do With Booze

12 Clever Ways to Use Bar Carts That Have Nothing to Do With Booze

Think outside the bar.

Bar carts can do so much more than just hold booze! Whether you recently picked one up at the store or you scored one at a sale, here are some creative ways to repurpose a bar cart around your home.

1. Use it as a nightstand.

Put a bar cart to work by your bed.

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2. Grow plants.

Liven up your living room with a plant cart.

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3. Beautify bathroom storage.

Toilet paper never looked so stylish.

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4. Create a coffee corner.

You need your coffee way more than that whiskey, anyway.

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5. Corral kids’ stuff.

At last: a place for those art supplies and stray toys.

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6. Organize office supplies.

Now, don’t you feel productive?

7. Serve birthday brunch.

Or any brunch, for that matter (ahem, Mother’s Day!).

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8. Stock the guest room.

Best. Hostess. Ever.

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9. Display books and art in your living room.

Fun and functional.

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10. DIY a grill station.

Repurpose one as an outdoor grill prep station, like Chic Little House did.

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11. Put it on the porch.

Revive the lost art of “porching” and greet guests with a cold (nonalcoholic) drink.

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12. Store dishes.

Or baking supplies, or pantry items…

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