It’s entertaining season and I’m thrilled to share my new DIY rustic industrial bar cart with you! I teamed up with the awesome folks at Simpson Strong-Tie to bring you the free plans and tutorial for this project. This DIY bar cart is the perfect addition to your holiday get-together.
This DIY bar cart has a lot of neat features: a bottom shelf tall enough to hold full size wine bottles and decanters, a hanging stemware rack, and a removable serving tray on top! These galvanized steel angles add a beautiful industrial touch. I spray-painted them oil-rubbed bronze to match the base and handles.
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I love that the top shelf is removable, so you can use it as a serving tray. So versatile! And those handles are actually window sashes and are usually less expensive than real drawer pulls. Depending on what kind of wood you use, this project will cost you around $50-$100. The build is pretty straightforward – you could build this in an afternoon and be hosting your holiday gathering that evening!
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