When I think St. Patrick’s Day I reminisce to grade school, where I eagerly looked forward to the green holiday although it didn’t culturally resonate with me. We scavenged the school’s hallways for gold coins, or the equivalent, chocolate wrapped in a gold tinfoil and celebrated with a sugar high and gossip of who spotted the leprechaun in the parking lot. Fast forward a couple (yes, let’s go with a couple) years, we replaced those gold chocolate coins with a drink and a shifted, more mature conversation. Despite the change in environment, I still find that I look forward to the holiday, except with a sophisticated flare. It gives me an excuse to put my bar cart to use and entertain my guests with creative drinks. I love the idea of having a bar cart in the house as a vintage, chic, and mysterious conversation starter. It’s the perfect detail for any
In light of the upcoming celebration, here are my tips to creating the perfect bar cart display.
Tools & Glasses
This is where details really matter. If you have vintage looking glasses, or modern looking glasses it will direct the entire feel of your bar cart. I personally prefer a more vintage look, but then again beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.
Regardless, your essentials should be:
If you’re wondering where to begin, shop our bar carts and accessories. This will entertain guests long past St. Patrick’s Day and will give you will be a timeless and classy addition to your home.