My Fall Bar Cart

Happy Friday friends! Who’s ready for the weekend?! I know I am… I’m also so happy that this weather has finally started to act like fall. Perfect timing for me to share my fall bar cart with you today.

If you read yesterday’s post, you’ll remember me saying that I was getting away from decorating for specific holidays and starting to decorate more for the season with items that could be used for longer periods of time, or over multiple holidays. Here’s my take on a fall bar cart – it has a few items from the dollar spot at Target, and then I brought out some of the items I already had like wood and mixed metals to create a really warm fall look.


  • Pumpkin – which is a subtle green fall color, rather than a bright orange.
  • Thankful Napkins – nice, neutral colors with a hint of gold and green. (see my theme?)
  • Wood Cutting Board – I love this warm wood tone, this is also great to mix drinks, cut fruit and serve a charcuterie on.
  • Multiple Types of Glasses – I have a variety of glasses on my bar cart, for all kinds of entertaining… but mainly because I love mixing heights and mixing metals around the holidays. Gold, copper, silver, mercury glass,  you name it, it’s on my bar cart right now!

Entertaining with a Fall Bar Cart Fall Bar Cart - Wreath Fall Bar Cart

Fall Bar Cart Prep Fall Bar Cart - Boxwood Wreath

Photos by Studio AH | @thestudioah

xx, Emma

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Hi! I'm Emma, a twenty-something interior designer living in Charlotte, NC navigating life as a first time home buyer. I love a good house project and cocktails on the patio. I hope you can find some inspiration while you're here!


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  1. rianna wrote:

    I love how green this all is. it ties in my summer decor still, with the green and bright colors, but is also still keeping with the season by incorporating the pumpkin and ‘gather’ wreath. It’s so nice to see something that is October-themed but is not just the typical orange colors. Love love love!

    Rianna Lane


    Posted 10.22.17 Reply