(The Washington Post )

Happy hour at home just got a whole lot chicer, with bar carts popping up in a variety of prices, colors and styles, including modern, minimal and industrial.

“There’s a look to suit every taste and budget,” says Niki Brantmark, who runs the blog My Scandinavian Home and has long held a penchant for the trendy home accessory.

Not only are they “extremely practical” and “great for adding sparkle to a party,” writes Brantmark, but they can also be used to display “everyday treasures in the home.”

So whether it’s for entertaining guests or showcasing your home goods, we’ve got you covered with some of Brantmark’s top bar cart picks.

(Horchow; Bed Bath & Beyond )

SPLURGE: Arteriors Emory bar cart (horchow.com), left. SAVE: Madison Park Lauren bar cart in antique gold (bedbathandbeyond.com).

(Amazon; Crate & Barrel)

SPLURGE: Arteriors Ponce bar cart (amazon.com ), left. SAVE: Libations Carbon bar cart (crateandbarrel.com ).

(Domino; Kohl’s )

SPLURGE: Chris Earl bar cart (domino.com ), left. SAVE: Sheridan accent table bar cart (kohls.com ).

(Plantation Design; World Market )

SPLURGE: Ronan circular bar cart (plantationdesign.com ), left. SAVE: Asher two-tier gold rolling bar cart (worldmarket.com).

(Horchow; Target)

SPLURGE: Nicole acrylic bar cart (horchow.com ), left. SAVE: Elle bar cart in acrylic/clear (target.com).

Designer Niki Brantmark (Courtesy of Niki Brantmark)