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Kitchen Island Carts: Why These Movable Multi-taskers Are So Desirable

by Susanne Clemenz

Stationary kitchen islands are functional and handsome, but even if you have one, a separate kitchen island cart may come in quite handy.

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Kitchen island carts serve purposes that kitchen islands do not--and their usefulness extends beyond the kitchen. Here's why and how:

  • Take 'em where you need 'em. Load up dishes, flatware, and placemats to transport them to and from your dining table.
  • They add functionality to stationary kitchen islands. Is your island too small? Add a cart with shelves, drawers, bins, or cupboards below. Store bowls and pots, potatoes and onions, cookbooks, or toys and baby supplies.
  • Permanent island versatility is increased, without much expense. Kitchen island carts come in every configuration, from open shelves to cabinets, drawers, and dish towel racks--even drop-leaves for dining! And prices for every budget.
  • Styles galore! Carts are available in every architectural style, from country to craftsman to contemporary, and every top surface from granite to butcher-block to stainless.
  • Add an island to your patio. Store patio dishware, barbecue utensils and supplies, bar supplies, sunscreen, and more. Use a stainless, weatherproof cart with open shelves to bring food and dishes in and out of the kitchen.
  • Kitchen carts enhance poolside convenience. Store towels, sunscreen, pool shoes, or pool toys during the season. Wheel the cart into storage off-season.
  • They can extend your existing bottom cabinets. Park a kitchen island cart across the end of your lower cabinets to add counter space and storage.
  • It's easy to build one. Buy a kitchen cabinet, then give it a countertop and wheels. Or put wheels on a small manufactured island. Check magazines and online sites for free kitchen cart plans.

You get the idea. Now get rolling on finding your own kitchen island cart!


About the Author

Suzanne Clemenz designed her passive solar home and interacted with the contractors every day of the 6-month project. She started drawing floor plans and making models in the early '70s after purchasing several building lots. Recently she expanded and

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