Bar Cart Styling with Unison

A couple days ago, Unison stopped over to have a cocktail at a little pillow party I hosted (Part 1 of that to come this Wednesday). But we got a little crazy and played around a bit with my bar cart styling too. After all, the bar cart is an entertaining essential.

Bar Cart Styling with Unison. A vintage brass gold bar cart  brings a touch of glam to this space. A tall white vase brings in added height and works as a sculptural piece.

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I love this black and white grid drink tray from Unison. It's ultra modern clean lines work well with vintage barware. These vintage rolly polly bar glasses with gold accents pop against the modern look and feel.

Unison’s ultra modern design really jives with my old meets new mix-a-roo vibe that I have going on in the house. It’s all about clean lines meet functional objects. They have a real timeless sort of look. This Round Grid Tray looks fantastic with my vintage rolly polly barware glasses. The gold stripes really pops. I chose to pair them with the Toyo Pitcher.

Bar Cart Styling with Unison. A vintage brass gold bar cart  brings a touch of glam to this space. A tall white vase brings in added height and works as a sculptural piece.

Hosting this bar cart styling party terrified yet thrilled me all at the same time. These ladies with gorgeous taste and ninja design skillz were coming over to chit chat about home decor and pillows. The idea was a bit daunting. But all that stress and worry was put aside within 2 point 5 seconds of them walking through the front door. Lisa jumped right in and grabbed the white Capsule Vase. It perfectly complimented my portable boozy trolley.

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Since it’s five o’clock somewhere, I sat back, watched the magic happen and had a drink. After all, it’s kinda what I do best. Now why didn’t I invite that cabana boy?

Bar Cart Styling with Unison. A vintage brass gold bar cart  brings a touch of glam to this space. A tall white vase brings in added height and works as a sculptural piece.

She replaced a portrait with an abstract piece of art. I love the added punch of color, and it really brought in the blues and turquoise from the living room. Filling the Orbit Vase with a large air plant gave a quirky finishing touch to the bottom tray. A bit of playfulness that says, ya, I might be glamorous, but I like to shake it up a bit. This bar cart was starting to fit right in with it’s surroundings. Perfectly put together. Thanks ladies! Cheers!

 

4 Comments

  1. Love the new look and that airplant on the bottom is just perfect. West Elm just came out with some brass thin picture frames… I think you need one of those up on the wall to mix things up. Although, that’s just my two cents. ha. =) ps. When can I get some bar cart styling over here?!

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  2. Mackenzie Smith August 10, 2015

    Gorgeous bar cart! I have been attempting to cultivate my styling skills, and this post is inspirational 🙂

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  3. Sandra L. Garth August 11, 2015

    Very classy!

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  4. […] Not everything was cookies and sweets though. I did have one major problem at the store. It was really difficult to stay focused. I mean yes, the pillows are absolutely gorgeous, but so is everything else! I swear, every time I turned around I was like, “I want that! I want that! And that! And that! And that too! And ooooh, look and that! Shiny!” Vases, kitchenware, bedding, oh my! See that round grid tray behind my head in the picture below…oh ya, that TOTALLY went home with me! You can see it in action here. […]

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