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This post is all about bar cart art that will instantly make your bar cart decor look a whole lot classier. 

art to hang over bar cart
bar cart art

After decorating the majority of my apartment, there was one wall in my kitchen area that felt very empty. After going back and forth with what to do with it, I decided to go with a bar cart for the space. 

For part of the bar cart decor, I had a ~vision~ for the art I wanted but couldn't find anything online that I really liked. Sooo I had Sarah come up with some bar cart art that I am seriously obsessed is my favorite thing she has ever done. SHE DREW THESE!!! Isn't that insane?! Sarah, you rock & we love you!!

It's exactly what I was envisioning and really brought the whole bar cart together! I love how it turned out and hope you can use this bar cart art in your home or apartment too. 

Best part about these bar cart art prints...THEY'RE FREE! You can download them and print them out/send to your local printer.


bar cart wall

Here's a closer look at all of our bar cart art (I'm seriously obsessed!)...

bar cart art deco

I think these are my two favorite. I love how classic vintage the cocktails sign is and the font on the "Let's Drink" sign is *chef's kiss.* The best part... the drinks on the left print are real measurements and instructions if you ever want to test your bartending skills ?

Download the bar cart wall art here! 

bar cart art prints

I ended up using the pinkies up print on the bottom shelf of my bar cart. I love it! The print with the 4 drinks was my original vision for the bar cart and am so happy how it turned out too.

Click here for the bar cart artwork. 

bar cart prints

The best part... these are all free!! 

Finding really classic prints like this can be hard, especially on a budget. That's why I love coming up with my own and being able to offer them to you! 

bar cart accessories

Click here for the free bar cart art prints. 

Here's a few photos of them in the frames. I used a new frame from Target and a vintage looking frame I got from Goodwill (one of my most-used decor hacks). The mix of the old and new is my favorite way to make any space look more eclectic. 

bar cart sign
bar cart printables

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