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Imported from Paris, this 1950s Glaces Cart ($3,800) is a fun and unusual find. Whether you have a thing for ice cream street vendors or just crave unusual element in your home or garden, this cart will fit the bill.

So, for this latest How Would You post, I'd like you to think outside the home-decorating box and find some creative ways to repurpose this admittedly unusual object. Could you fit it in your home? How about your garden? Maybe you could send your kids out to start their first business? Leave a comment below and let me know how you'd fit this ice cream cart into your home or garden.
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sophia_HL sophia_HL 8 years
I would turn it into a portable kissing booth and let my single friends use it.
amers230 amers230 8 years
i think it'd be kinda cool as a bar. you could use those old soda shop type glasses as bar glasses and come up with some cool ice cream flavored type drinks lol.
i-am-awesomeness i-am-awesomeness 8 years
I would use it at any birthday parties or just summer parties I would host. It's soooo cool, but my dad could make it for much cheaper lol
AKirstin AKirstin 8 years
I think I would actually take it downtown and sell gourmet ice cream. :) That would be fun!
elle-j elle-j 8 years
I would use it as a outdoor dessert buffet, when entertaining outside during the summer.
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