Acrylic Barcart

I had been on the hunt for the perfect bar cart for years now.  I wanted an acrylic one to match our ghost chairs at our kitchen table. When I was ready to pull the trigger last year, the acrylic bar cart was sold out EVERYWHERE.  I searched high and low for the affordable bar cart (I had a hard time spending $800+ on a decor item) but I can out empty handed. When reached out to pick out a piece from their collection, I immediately searched their extensive bar cart selection. To my surprise, I found the one I had been searching for for the last year. Barcart (c/o) / Margarita Glasses (c/o) / Pineapple Jars / Candle / Pineapple shot glasses

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You may have noticed the lack of home or interior posts on A Dash of Details as of late.  When we moved to Dallas, I decided I would just use what we had and make it work since we are currently renting and saving our pennies for a house of our own. We knew we would only be here for 2 years and I didn’t want to buy something that might not work in a new place. Was it the smart idea? Probably, but I have a serious itch to make this house really feel like home. Maybe it is all of Mackenzie’s talk about her One Room Challenge or just that time of the year when things start to slow down and we are spending more time at home but all I know is I want all of the things.

One of those things is a bar cart.  If you remember our dining room (see our old house tour here), we have a set of lucite chairs at our kitchen table.  The lucite bar cart would compliment them perfectly and will never go out of style.

Here are a few favorites for the perfectly stocked bar cart:

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