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April 18, 2018

SAGA To Go

By Julia

When we last left the SAGA saga, my husband and I found a creative way to locate additional pieces outside of our normal radius. After finding some more SAGA featured on a blog I was reading, we set off to St. Louis to fetch a rare piece we hadn’t seen anywhere in our area. The trip was planned on short notice, and we weren’t sure what we would find when we arrived. But our adventure paid off and we were able to fit the piece in our SUV! What was the new addition you may ask? The serving cart! 

The cart is on wheels, so it can be conveniently moved to wherever you need to stage beverages or appetizers at your next gathering. The peach Formica top is water- and heat-resistant and wipes clean easily.

The drop-leaf sides can be opened to extend the length of the cart. This came in handy for us at our last big family get-together.

The cart has the same walnut finish and gold-colored detailing on the drawer pulls as the rest of the SAGA line.

One of the side drawers still has its silverware compartment intact. The velvet liner and dividers make it easy to keep our serving utensils nearby, but out of sight.

The other end drawer has the SAGA label still attached. I’m amazed at these labels- though they are similar throughout the line, each one has its own character.

The cart is in great shape. It has come in handy for all kinds of entertaining, and the wheels add to its versatility.

Our next SAGA adventure also lead us out of town, but a little closer than St. Louis. Stay tuned for the next installment!

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2 Responses to SAGA To Go

  1. Chris Reply

    April 18, 2018 at 7:49 am

    I have to admit it was early in the morning when I read this and it was before I had my coffee. When I saw the flatware drawer (and before I read the caption) I thought to myself “Why is there a place to store records in a buffet cart?” Took a good 10 seconds to click that it was a drawer not a cubbyhole! Excellent find!

    • Julia Reply

      April 23, 2018 at 8:33 pm

      Yes, coffee is helpful in the morning 🙂

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