10 Outdoor Bar Carts to Kick Off Summer Party Season
Being the hostess with the mostest is a year-round job. Rain, snow, sleet, or sun, you need to be fresh, welcoming and, of course, have everything ready for a cocktail. In the warmer months, that means relying on a seasonal outdoor bar to serve all of those tasty drinks. Whether you decide to buy or DIY, these favorites will fit every style, price point, and space.
OUTDOOR BARS TO BUY
This one checks all the boxes for trendy, stylish, and multi-purpose furniture. It’ll bring TGIF to new heights and can be rolled in once fall comes along.
When it comes to small spaces, you need a piece that won’t take up too much real estate. This tiny version gives you everything you need without dwarfing your patio.
Sleek, black, minimalist, and functional? Yes, please. With this one, your fancy glassware won’t get overshadowed, and there’s more than enough room for a wine rack and a place to hang tea towels.
Get the beachy look without the beach house. We love that this tiered cart provides a place for guests to easily serve themselves and rest their glasses.
It’s great to have a dedicated piece for the backyard, but what about storing it later? This model folds in the middle for an easy solution during the off months.
Hear us out; the portable kitchen is exactly what you need out back near the BBQ. With a water hookup, you’ve got a wet bar with prep space and many options to enhance your drink zone. You can’t beat that price, either.
Condo dwellers, rejoice! The small balcony-ready project above folds up and away so that you can serve drinks and be done with it after.
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outdoor bars to DIY
Summer-proof your older cart and send it outside for a season of parties. The colors mean it will blend right in with your inflatable pool floats and abundant flower pots. (via
It doesn’t take a lot of time to put one of these together. Once you add the tiled prep surface and coat of paint, it’ll be ready for any outdoor event. (via
That rusty thing in the corner of your garage is just begging for a fresh coat of paint. Give it a new lease on life with a bold yellow, and then send it on its merry way (toward the cooler). (via