A wheeled tea cart offers a simple, mobile furniture piece to serve guests appetizers or drinks in a dining room, deck area, and poolside or on a patio.
A stylish serving cart, with teak, eucalyptus or cherry wooden frame, and matching wood or glass shelves, often features two push handles, rubber casters, and outer rails on the edges of the bottom and top shelves for safety.
Carts with 2 or 3-shelves, low-level drink holders (accepts 2 – 4 wine bottles), and removable service trays offer a flexible furniture piece for serving guests at parties or get-togethers with snacks, wine or tea.
Teacart furniture with a wobble-free, solid, and rustproof design, and constructed of such materials as cast aluminum or heavy-gauge metal with powder coat finish are ideal for exterior use. A cart of this nature often features an appealing neutral appearance to match most decor or color schemes.
A lightweight cart is seen with those made in a traditional resin wicker material, which come with a tightly woven frame, modern appearance, and resistance to water, rain and UV rays.
Overall, a stylish teacart, with free-rolling wheels provides an efficient solution for serving drinks and appetizers to guests on a patio area, poolside, and deck or in a dining room.
While you may only have images of the chrome or steel serving cart, tea cart that is used in restaurants and hotels in your head, kitchen carts don’t all look like that. As a matter of fact, the world of serving carts is as varied as the rest of the furniture world. No matter what decor you have in your home, you will likely be able to find a series of kitchen carts that go with it. From a delicate looking Victorian model for those formal tea times to a sleek modern piece, or any of some countries or rustic wooden serving carts to serve up an old-fashioned home cooked meal; serving carts are made to fit all home styles.