December 1, 2014

Holiday Bar Cart

Who's ready for a holiday home tour?!

This isn't a full home tour (that happens next week!), just a small vignette I put together for Windgate Lane's "Welcome to the Season" blog hop.

Welcome to the Season graphic


If you're stopping by from Hearts and Sharts – welcome!

Holiday Bar Cart




Rudolph is happy you stopped by!

Rudolph cardboard deer


Feel free to make yourself a drink at our holiday bar cart :)

Holiday bar cart


Our bar cart received a mini marble makeover! I'll be sharing all of the details next week.

Holiday bar cart


Let's look around!

My boyfriend suggested we add a santa hat to our disco gnome. It's a little big but still cute :)

Holiday bar cart jingle bell wreath


I added some holiday flair to our gold rimmed dollar store wine glasses. I'll be sharing the super simple tutorial with you later this afternoon!

Holiday bar cart angle


Holiday bar cart details


I hung my favorite jingle bell wreath from a Command strip that I stuck onto the side of our bar cart.

Holiday bar cart


Holiday bar cart angle


Faux snow and some coal was added here and there. I love how the marble shelves look with the gold frame!

Holiday bar cart


Here's a little naughty (coal) and nice (reindeer), sugar (red wine) and spice (Fireball) to send you on your way :)

Holiday bar cart bottom shelf


Don't forget to stop by At Home With The Barkers to see Sonya's vignette!

Check out the rest of the bloggers that are participating:

Windgate Lane
Honey We're Home
Ciburbanity
Hearts and Sharts
Desert Domicile – you're here!
At Home With The Barkers
Gourley Girl and Guy
Our Southern Home
Hi Sugarplum
Thrifty Decor Chick


25 comments

  1. Love the bar cart, very festive!! Makes for a fun party. ~Sonya

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  2. Oh yes to more marble. Looks awesome

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    1. Thanks Julia! I want to make everything marble now haha

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  3. oh my gosh- that Rudolph is the best! Love it all- thanks for joining in on the fun!! xoxo

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  4. I love that print! Did you make it?

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    1. Thanks Jane! I sort of made the print haha I found the image on Pinterest and enlarged it to the size of my frame in Illustrator. I found the found and typed out the words so they'd be nice and crisp and then I had a print made for $3 at Office Max!

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  5. Adorable. I LOVE that print over it. It's so simple and gorgeous!

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    1. Thanks Amber! I want to keep that print up year round haha

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  6. The reindeer head is amazing! The whole color scheme is so cozy and festive! Ready for a drink!

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    1. Thanks Charlotte! I always want to try new color schemes for the holidays but I can never seem to stray from my tried and true red and white :)

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  7. The reindeer, the gnome(always), the snow and coal- YES! Slightly (not slightly) obsessed with you, as always! <3

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    1. Ah, you're so sweet Jessica! So happy you love it <3

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  8. Such a pretty and festive vignette! I love the saturated colors and your always-perfect sense of humor in decorating!

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    1. Thanks Brynne! A sense of humor is the only way I can get through the stressful holidays haha

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  9. Love, love, love this! There is no way I would make it through the holidays without a bar!

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  10. Is there ANY WAY you would be willing to share your reindeer print? I'd LOVE to hang it in my home this upcoming season. Or at least what font was it? Thanks!

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