8 Savvy Ideas for Kitchen Carts, via Houzz.com
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These days I’m looking for a refined vintage cart to double as a console-type table when it’s not in use as a serving or display cart, although I’m sure I’ll find about a million more ways to repurpose it. Here are eight ideas for putting a cart to work in your kitchen.
The photo collage behind it anchors it as a stylish beverage station, not a college-era throwback.
Once again, presentation is key. Neatly lined pies, serveware and San Pellegrino bottles make this display look professional, while a spray of flowers adds just the right amount of femininity to this industrial piece.
Photo by Charlotte Jenks Lewis
Architect Richard Brown recommends achieving the same effect using a Raskog cart from Ikea. Integrate it into an Ikea kitchen or use it to store outdoor tableware and linens.
The use of this John Boos worktable is especially ingenious because the rest of the space is so traditional. Its industrial style blends with the space because it’s next to the stainless steel stove; it creates good flow and adds functionality.
Homeowner James Botha solved this problem with a trip to New York’s Chinatown, where he commissioned a custom kitchen cart. The cart’s lightness keeps it from making the space feel closed off while still adding storage and prep space.