Written by Becca Green

B&M launches bargain cocktail trolleys from just £30

Grab yourself a stylish cocktail trolley to entertain friends and family without emptying the piggy bank.

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A cocktail trolley is one of the most on-trend pieces you can purchase for your home in 2020, but they often come with a hefty price tag for the luxurious looking designs.

However, B&M has just launched two unique and stylish drinks trolleys which are both under £50. Find out what they look like and be quick to pick up your favourite before they fly off the shelves!

The Tromso trolley, £30

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We are huge fans of this bargain cocktail trolley! B&M are known for releasing super trendy furniture at a fraction of the price of other high street stores and this is no exception – brands such as Oliver Bonas and Rockett St George have similar designs for 10 times the price!

The Art Deco trolley, £40

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For a traditional Art Deco vibe, this drinks trolley retails at just £40 and looks super luxurious and glamorous. Style it up with your favourite tipples and accessorise with a plant or two to make it Instagram-worthy!

Top tips for styling a cocktail trolley

  • Treat your cocktail trolley as another display area in your home. Make it fun by incorporating a neon sign.
  • Invest in stylish bar accessories that suit the aesthetic of your home.
  • Choose your glasses wisely. Consider displaying a mix of designs such as martini, flutes and stemless glasses.
  • Add a splash of colour and height with a funky houseplant.

 

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