My bar cart is smack dab in the middle of my dining room. It begs to be spiffed up and styled for any and all occasions. Heck I probably style her every week. A new design for the bar cart means I get to swap out my endless collection of bar glasses. It's fun and easy and my little corner of heaven. Do you need some help with a holiday bar cart that isn't something out of the Griswold's? Moose cups and tinsel not really your thing? Why not create this simple yet festive holiday bar cart? Pop over to Society Social to see how I styled my gilded sidekick (aka the Sedgewick bar cart) for the holidays.
I'm loving my version of a bow. I made my own paper ribbon from a black and white striped runner. Want to make one too? Pop on this song and hop over to Society Social for the full DIY.
This song will get stuck in your head, but I am all about something fun and different. When entertaining I love to surprise them. I never heard of this song until this year and it immediately became one of my favorites, much better suited to a grown-up shindig than that song about Rudolph, right?
Holiday decorating should be about you. Take a few things that aren't traditional, like black and white paper and transform your holiday decor into the perfect reflection of you and your style. A little bit of this, a little bit of that and boom. Happy Holidays. Get all the details on how to style this cart over at Society Social.