I've talked about the quest (and rationale) for owning a bar cart. Today I'm sharing what I believe to be the best of the new entries into the market. Source? Anthropologie, a growing force in the world of amazing interior design goodness. Here's what I love about the Oscarine Bar Cart:
- Hello, Lucite! Those legs are made from the dreamy clear material, not acrylic. There's genuine value here in terms of quality.
- It has a brass finish, which I adore for its warmth and luster.
- The shelves are made from glass - not the aforementioned Lucite - making them less prone to scratching. Combined, the two lend the piece its lighter-than-air vibe.
- Did I mention it has casters? Movable goodness.
I am gaga over those clean lines on this piece. So many bar carts are fussy and over-designed. This one strikes me as extremely classic while also being wildly appealing. A tough act to follow. My spin? I think this would make a stunning display for books and art supplies in my office. The transparency allows it to essentially float in what is a rather small footprint and still possess major style power. Form & function collide beautifully.