Dry January is OVER! Feeling good? Refreshed? New year, new you etc? I have to admit, Athina and I didn’t quite make it through dry January (no thanks to all those interiors events with free bars…) but we have been fairly well behaved! So to celebrate this and the return of the tipple we’ve selected 10 beautiful drinks trolleys that are worth a purchase to mark the start of February.

classic gold swoon editions drinks trolley
1. The Classic Design, Swoon Editions / £299
Let’s start with the original design – the classic beauty, the reason for the drinks trolley in the first place. This 1920s style ‘Tiffany’ bar trolley from Swoon Editions oozes glamour and features gold leaf, glass and a mirrored base, much like the ones in Gatsby’s time. Note: I would have loved to include a real vintage one from the era but the prices have sky-rocketed!
Atkin & Thyme Halo drinks trolley
2. The Halo, Atkin & Thyme / £269
The circular trolley with the hollow middle was popular in the latter years of the Art Deco period and definitely has a sophisticate charm. Pair this one from Atkin & Thyme with cut glass tumblers or dark coloured glass as seen above. 
gold luxe drinks trolley from Oliver Bonas
3. The Slightly More Boujie Halo
This is a modern take on Art Deco opulence at its best – that geometric Art Deco shape and combination of marble and mirrored shelves are sassy enough to demand all the attention in the room. This one is from Oliver Bonas, who by the way have an incredible selection of drinks trolleys, so if your budget is over a couple of hundred then head right over to them.
black industrial swoon editions drinks trolley
4. The Warehouse Bar Cart, Swoon Editions / £179
Perhaps you’re more into an industrial vibe than gold and brass and delicate shapes – if so check out this warehouse style black iron trolley, also from Swoon Editions. If you want a 15% discount through us, drop us an email! 
industrial drinks trolley from Maisons Du Monde
5. The Chunky Badass Trolley, Maisons Du Monde / £216.50
Perfect for vast living spaces, this heavier unit makes a statement. It’s less pretty / delicate and more badass and actually very practical and sturdy with it’s closed compartments. It would work equally well in a white wash minimalist interior and a bold maximalist one. It’s a bargain too at £216.50 from Maisons Du Monde.
minimalist drinks trolley from Houzz
6. For Minimal Lovers, Houzz / £153

If you’re not quite ready to invest an extravagant gold number but you still want the option of mobile cocktails, this one could be for you! It’s more minimalist and less of an attention seeker albeit a smooth introduction to the drinks trolley clan. Snap this up from Houzz.

skinny gold swoon editions drinks trolley
7. For the light drinker,  Swoon Editions / £229
There’s not heaps of space on this skinny trolley from Swoon Editions, but at the expense of that you get an effortlessly elegant and neat little beauty. 
compact drinks trolley from Wayfair
8. The Small Space Solution, Wayfair / £97.99

If you’re a fellow city dweller and have a more compact living space, this foldable trolley from Wayfair would be ideal. I’m constantly impressed by the amount of cool home ware popping up for small spaces at the moment, and drinks trolleys are no exception! Every body deserves to have a Negroni wheeled right up to their feet, right?

metallic industrial trolley from Rose & Grey
9. Metallic + Versatile, Rose & Grey / £155

Another Industrial beauty, this trolley from Rose & Grey is constructed from distressed metal and has the numbers ‘124’ sprayed on the middle shelf, which adds to the industrial aesthetic. Plus, if drinks trolleys fall off the trend radar it will double up as a handy kitchen / bathroom shelf.

60s floral trolley from Interior
10. The 60s called – they want their trolley back! Vinterior / £150

We had to end with a wacky OTT vintage choice. This floral trolley is 50 years old and still fabulous. Snap it up quick if you like it though  – it’s from Vinterior and there’s only one of them!

One last tip before you go…

Trays, mini botanicals and Gatsby-style cut glass are three ideas to style your drinks trolley. We’d love to hear your drinks trolley decor ideas – please share in the comments!