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4 Ways to Use Rolling Carts

Wheel in style and functionality with these wonders on wheels.

1 - Office Cart

Home office organization just got more utilitarian with rolling carts. Use one or two rolling carts in your home office to store supplies, files and notebooks, and keep all of your get-it-done tools and accessories within easy reach and plain sight. Store paper goods on one tier, writing tools on another, and place all of your most-used items on the very top tier.

Tip: Get canisters and jars to corral loose items. Mason jars come in all shapes and sizes, and are perfect for storing markers, pencils, rubber bands, and clips.

Wheel in style and functionality with these wonders on wheels.

2 - Bar Cart

Put your home bar on wheels! Serve drinks and entertain in style with a fully-stocked home bar cart. Each cart's "tray" can hold home bar essentials like tumblers, decanters, chillers, shakers, and your favorite bottles, spirits and soda water. Have fun with your bar cart's style and coordinate your cart's theme or design with specific barware for a look that's definitively midcentury, contemporary, funky, or eclectic.

Tip: Hang a tea towel on one of the handlebars so you can wipe up spills quickly and keep hands dry.

Wheel in style and functionality with these wonders on wheels.

3 - Plant Stand

Turning your rolling cart into a potting stand is easy. Here's the dirt: Simply store watering cans, pots and other potting tools according to what you use the most, with the top level storing all of your daily or weekend green thumb essentials. You can even use the rolling cart as a plant display to showcase your favorite succulents, ferns and herbs.

Tip: Let fuller foliage cascade from the top levels for a pretty and lush effect.

Wheel in style and functionality with these wonders on wheels.

4 - Kitchen Cart

This serving or storage cart works hard for your kitchen needs. You can use the mobile serving trays as a coffee cart for breakfast and serve pastries and hold coffee accoutrement, a dessert cart in the afternoon, or a cocktail cart for pre-dinner finger foods and hors d'oeuvres. Simply stack cups, glasses, serveware, prep ingredients, and other loose items on the bottom trays and use the topmost tray of the cart to place whatever food or serveware you need within easy reach.

Tip: When placing liquids on the top-most tray of the cart, make sure the sides are tall enough to hold bottles properly and prevent spills.

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