Michael Nolan. Kitchen Cart. August 28th , 2020.
On a popular home network, a couple that was doing a remodel while living in the home used a cart. While installing granite countertops. They used this makeshift cart to keep their cooking items. This was a great solution that allowed them to keep living comfortably while remodeling.
Whether you want the look of a modern industrial kitchen with a black kitchen cart with a stainless steel top or the country fresh look of a wooden kitchen cart detailed with hand-painted roosters you`ll find them all online. Kitchen carts are one piece of furniture that, once you have on, you won`t know how you lived without one for so long. Some say kitchen carts complete a kitchen the way a sofa completes a living room. You can`t have one without the other.
A variety of kitchen carts exist on the market today. Rolling carts feature mobility, an important function to consider when buying. These kitchen carts also lock for stability when necessary. They are portable and can operate as both a serving cart for guests or as a storage device when not in use. Microwave carts are another form of kitchen cart and are very popular. These carts help eliminate the need to utilize counter space and instead offer easy access to the microwave while providing much-needed storage space in its cabinets. Butcher block kitchen carts are equally growing in popularity. As kitchen carts with at least two inches of wooden cutting area on top, these carts are available with both mobile and stationary options. They make space available for food preparation, and since they contain high-quality, thick butcher block wood, these carts also do not scratch or chip.
Kitchen carts are available in several different styles. They are available in every material from wood to granite to stainless steel to tile top. The most important thing to remember when choosing the right style cart is that the cart should fit in with the overall look of your kitchen. For example, if you have a bright country theme in your kitchen it may be a good idea to choose an oak wood butcher block kitchen cart to blend in with the look. If your kitchen has more modern décor, you may decide to choose a stainless steel cart. Whatever style you decide to choose make sure that your kitchen cart doesn`t take away from the flow of your kitchen area.
While their name implies kitchen carts should be in the kitchen, there are also some kinds of kitchen carts that will better serve you if they get out of the kitchen and help you entertain. Some of the unique specialty kitchen carts include wine rack kitchen carts that have a countertop for pouring and may even have a built in cheese serving tray that can be chilled beforehand, then placed in the top to offer cheese pairings with the wines that are being held in the rack below, keeping all the best vintages close at hand. Other kitchen carts are constructed in such a way that they will help you create a romantic breakfast. You can load all the meal items onto the kitchen carts, roll into the bedroom, and then pop up the side leaves to create a perfect breakfast bedside tabletop.
Kitchen carts can be hidden in a corner and covered up but they are now available in such attractive designs that it may be a much better option to show it off. An integral part of any kitchen, a kitchen cart`s key features include an extra worktop which can be invaluable in a busy kitchen or one with limited space. Extra storage can solve all of a kitchen`s storage problems with tiny items like herbs to larger items like cooking appliances and utensils can be easily stored and accessed. The mobility of a kitchen cart is simply an extra valuable feature making it easy to move to any part of the room meaning that all of the tools stored in it can be easily moved without having to run back and forth between presses.
Kitchen carts and islands come in a wide array of finishes that can be handpicked to look as if they were custom made for your kitchen. There is also a large variety of work surfaces to choose from including wood, stainless steel, granite, and butcher block.
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