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Shining the Light on Debbie & Her Bar Cart

Happy Tuesday wonderful people!!

Posting about the bay window bar yesterday reminded me of a bar cart I wanted to share with you. Debbie, a reader in California, loved the changing table-to-bar cart idea and sent me these photos of her completed project, complete with mercury glass and casters. Didn’t it come out great?

When not needed for entertaining purposes, the bar cart is tucked away in a bedroom closet.

Can I just tell you how sweet and kind Debbie is? Hands down my favorite perk of writing this blog is meeting wonderful people like Debbie who share a love of all things home, and whose path I might not have crossed otherwise. Thanks for sharing your DIY bar cart, Debbie!
Read the tutorial on how to makeover a changing table into a bar/beverage/tea & coffee cart here.
There is so much inspiration and awesomeness out there in blogland, and I thank you for taking the time to stop by my little pad over here once in a while. Don’t forget, whether or not you are a blogger, you are welcome to share any home projects to the monthly Best of the Nest party by linking up a blog post or a Pinterest post, or via Instagram. Read how to join the fun here.

Wishing you a great day!
And fingers crossed for this snowstorm to blow out sea. 🙂

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Gypsy Heart

Wednesday 26th of March 2014

Awesome! Thanks so much for sharing.


Kris @ Driven by Décor

Wednesday 26th of March 2014

Your posts are always so inspiring Lisa and Debbie, you rocked it out! Love your new bar cart!


Wednesday 26th of March 2014

I love repurposing … especially when it turns out so pretty!! The new friendships are probably my favorite part of blogging!! xo

Jennifer @ Dimples and Tangles

Tuesday 25th of March 2014

Great job, Debbie! I love how using a changing table offers some prettier lines than a traditional bar cart. Lisa, you are always inspiring!

Cassie @ Primitive & Proper

Tuesday 25th of March 2014

well what was not to love- the idea was brilliant!