Joseph Buckley. Kitchen Cart. September 06th , 2020.
In the kitchens of yesterday, the kitchen table served as the center of activity in the kitchen. This is where people prepared the evening meal, socialized, and dined. Today that trend has shifted to the use of a cart or kitchen island.
Kitchen carts are a great space saver in the kitchen. In a smaller kitchen that does not have an island, a kitchen cart can serve as an island. Small apartments and houses may not have a large open kitchen space that can house an island. The great thing about the carts is that they are movable. It is not a commitment like an island.
So, when you decide you need a kitchen cart your first instinct might be to run all over town to every store that might carry one. Rather than wasting time and gas money why not shop from the comfort of home online. You will find the largest selection as well as the best prices on kitchen carts of all sizes and colors.
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.
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.
Once you`ve done your measuring and figuring you can look at materials. Do you like the traditional look of wood and marble or maybe you like a more industrial allure of stark mesh metal trays and wood? Maybe the simple sophistication of crisp white suits your style or perhaps you prefer the country charm of glossy black finished wood with hand-painted roosters.
Even if you are looking to capture the look of a specific decorating style, you will most likely find that those styles have been incorporated into kitchen islands and kitchen carts. Take for instance the Tuscan, Provence, and cottage styles, these are just a few of the styles that you can choose from when selecting your kitchen cart or island. Some of these styles even feature elaborate pieces that have been adorned with intricate hand-painted or hand-carved designs, which will serve to make your new addition not only a very practical one but a very beautiful one as well.
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