Glam Holiday Bar Cart Essentials

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One of the things I love most about the holiday season is entertaining in our home. Today, I’m teaming up with Wayfair to share my tips on how to create a Glam Holiday Bar Cart.

Adorning our bar cart for holiday time is something I love doing each year. I lean a bit glam in my design aesthetic and holiday decor is no exception. Creating a glam holiday bar cart is really easy and all about some star standout pieces.


I like to start my bar decor with the drink inspiration. Since I am doing a holiday take on a St. Germaine Champagne Cocktail this year for my guests, I selected modern crystal champagne glasses. Nothing says glam more than champs in crystal, am I right?

I always recommend purchasing pieces that you can reuse for other events or in your home decor like trays, bowls, etc. By placing the glasses on a glam mirrored crocodile tray it gives them a little extra glitz.

Glam barware is a must and I love this jigger and A-MA-ZING decanter. You can use the decanter for another drink option for guests or fill it with ice-cold water to keep everyone hydrated.


To me, holiday glamour translates in mixed metallics with lots of black and gold. A way to work this into your bar cart is by placing ball ornaments in a pedestal bowl. I love mirror ball ornaments for this look too.

A festive set of paper cocktail napkins add a little extra something. Have fun with your napkin choices and the gold foil ones I am using have that glam holiday vibe.

You can have a lot of fun with the bottom shelf of your bar cart. I mixed in present boxes, bottle brush trees, more ornaments, and a chic faux python tray in my glam theme.


To finish off my glam bar cart look, I suggest hanging something on the wall. Art is always a favorite, but this year I am loving the lighted wreath options. Battery-powered LED lighted wreaths have come a long way in recent years. No cords to hide and they add that extra glam winter twinkle.

That finishes off my glam holiday bar cart look, don’t you love it?



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