Bar Carts

A well-stocked bar cart reminds us of Hollywood circa 1950, but the cart is actually a Victorian artifact, invented to serve tea! Today they are as adaptable, beautiful, and portable as ever (and we've had fun designing a few of our own). With the holidays upon us, we thought it was the perfect time to dive into the archives and unearth a handful of our favorites.

Paul McCobb
Late 1950's. Brass frame and stretchers with striped African mahogany drawers.
Alvar Aalto
1936. Birch wood framework with white laminate shelving. Made for Artek.
Johannes Anderson

1960s. Teak, with flip-open top and back, and bottom drawer. Brass footrest.
2016. The star of our Valet Collection for Stellar Works.
Louis L. Lepoix
1983. Folding service cart in plastic-coated metal.
Marcel Breuer

1928. Nickel-plated tubular steel, rubber and painted wood. Made for Thonet.
Joseph Hoffman
Circa 1910. Acacia and walnut with removable tray.
Karl Springer
1980s. Embossed leather and steel.
Cesare Lacca
1950s. Removable tray and a glass plate in a cedar frame. Made for Cassina.
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