I searched for an old cart that I could transform into a bar cart for quite some time. I had even visited this Goodwill a few times before. So, could you imagine my excitement when I walked in and found the perfect cart. I dragged that thing all over the store with me because I refused to let it out of my site 😂🙈.
Here I’m sharing the transformation. Hope you enjoy.
Let us get started with supplies:
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Let’s begin the steps:
I purchased this cart from the Goodwill for
I clean off any stickers
I used Rust-oleum Metallic spray paint in Gold. By far the best gold spray paint in my opinion.
I spray painted all pieces in gold, including wheels, bolts.
Making sure to tape the bottom of the wheels befor spray paitning.
I am covering the bottom shelf with self adhesive marble print contact paper.
Now I begin the assembly
For the top shelf, I’m using a custom piece of cut glass from Lowes.
That’s it guys. Here are a few pictures of the finish barcart.
And, that’s a wrap!!! What do you think of my bar cart? This cart has been serving us very nicely most weekends 🥂. I truly hope you’ve enjoyed.
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I hope you all have a blessed day.
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