74 Eclectic Kitchen Islands and Kitchen Carts
You can open up your space and add extra counters, shelving and cabinets with a kitchen island or kitchen cart. A kitchen island with seating also provides a place for your family to sit, eat and socialize. Top one off with butcher block and install a sink, and you’ve also got a lovely space for preparing food. We’ve put together a few tips to help you decide which style is right for you: More
A kitchen cart is essential for petite kitchens--it's perfect for entertaining, as extra work and storage space, or as a portable bar. This one's antiqued, industrial charm is ramped up by the spindly frame and oversized spoked wheels.
Spokes Industrial Cart
If you're not a afraid of a bit of open storage in your kitchen, this is terrific option. It's tough to find vintage pieces that fit a space — they're often too small, too tall, too short. This is an ample size island for any kitchen, and fact that it looks vintage is a nice feature. You can also pull counter stools up to both sides because it's open below, there's a place for your knees.
Can you believe this cart? I am loving the furniture this company is making from reclaimed industrial products, this cart could make a stunning console in a living room for to put the television on or a movable work island in a kitchen. The doll? A little creepy, not so much.
Reclaimed Wood Cart
Real industrial style for your dining room or den as a wet bar. Made of steel frame, cast iron Wheels and reclaimed wood shelfs. This console is solid and was built to last. Four removable wire baskets Distressed, antiqued steel.
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