12 Of The Best Bar Trolleys And What To Put On Them
Giving the phrase ‘getting trollied’ a whole new meaning, this edit of bar carts and cabinets is well worth digging out your cocktail shaker and dusting off your best glassware for. If you’ve tired of the perennial gold-and-marble nouveau-Twenties style trolleys that peaked in popularity yesteryear – the good news is that with unique shapes, statement materials and quirky, charming features these bar trolleys are bound to win over any tastes. Just add some statement barware, a few bottles of your favourite tipples, and let the good times roll.
The Best Accessories For Your Bar Cart
Theo Fennell Sterling silver Hendricks gin sleeve, £4,950. theofennell.com
We can’t get enough of Theo Fennell’s playful silver sleeves – which haven’t only been made for Hendricks, but for Smirnoff, Sipsmith gin, Jim Beam and Grey Goose bottles as well. Not only do these silver jackets bring a louche luxury edge to your bottles, but they’ll upgrade your bar trolley to new heights of sophistication.
Culinary Concepts Octopus wine bottle holder, £74.95. culinaryconcepts.co.uk
Every good bar cart or cabinet should have a talking point – and this Culinary Concepts Octopus wine bottle holder does that and more. Perfect for supporting your prize vintages, it doubles as a table-top focal point, and an interesting conversation piece for your guests.
Paradise Row set of 12 coasters in holder, £145. paradiserowlondon.com
The Cognac-coloured coasters from Paradise Row are made in east London, in partnership with local creatives. Not only are they a beautiful and timeless addition to your bar top, but by buying a set you’ll also be supporting British textile culture and heritage. Every leather piece made by Paradise Row supports the continuation of time-honoured skills of London’s east end leather trade, and helps to keep its traditions and local craftsmanship alive.
Absolut Elyx Boutique Copper martini gift set, £99. absolutelyxboutique.com
Perfect for the budding mixologist, this set has everything you need to mix a martini that would put James Bond to shame. After all, what home bar car is complete without a few hidden tricks? We’ll have ours shaken, not stirred.
Bolney Perfect Serve gin kit, £56.99. bolneywineestate.com
Not quite mastered the perfect sidecar cocktail yet? Straight from the Bolney Wine estate on the south downs, this kit is a perfect G&T kit for beginners, and a bar trolley staple. Garnish with a choice of three botanical tubes, and finish with a twist of cucumber, lemon or orange rind.
Mother of Pearl cocktail jigger and spoon, £29.50. oliverbonas.com
Make the best margarita on the block with this statement mother of pearl cocktail jigger. Or simply use it to decorate your bar top.
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