10 Must-Have Kitchen Island Carts
Add some extra storage and workspace to your kitchen with one of these handy kitchen island carts.
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This kitchen island cart from Andover Mills offers plenty of storage space with a spice rack, towel rack, three drawers and three shelves. But the real star is its drop-leaf counter extender. It’s great for when you need a bit more workspace or, with a couple of stools, could be used as a small breakfast bar. Check out these stylish and functional bar stools for kitchen islands. Make sure you know these kitchen storage ideas that will free up a ton of space. (Wondering whether you should buy from Wayfair or Overstock? We weighed the pros and cons of each.)
Mistana’s adorable light green Diaz kitchen cart with lockable wheels would fit in perfectly with a farmhouse-style kitchen. The eight shelves on this cart are the right size for holding all of your spices, tea and coffee, or smaller appliances like an immersion blender or hand mixer.
This granite-topped kitchen cart could definitely pass as a fixed kitchen island because of its high-quality materials. The base of the cart is constructed from sturdy hardwood with a medium oak finish. The top is a pretty speckled granite, meaning this cart can definitely hold up in a high-traffic kitchen. It measures 48-inches wide to give slightly larger kitchens a sizable centerpiece.
Available in grey and eggshell hues, this contemporary Threshold Windham cart is a stylish choice. With three hooks, four shelves, a large drawer and a towel bar, this cart can hold a range of kitchen items. Plus, there are wheels on only two of the cart’s legs, giving it some extra stability.
With its sleek stainless steel top, Home Styles’ portable kitchen island is a restaurant kitchen-worthy option. The steel top and spice rack are terrific for quick prep work while the adjustable shelving and three drawers provide ample storage space. Check out the kitchen gadgets that pro chefs use at home.
This two-tone Casselberry cart offers two handy towel rods, two drawers and spacious shelves for all the things you might need to store. The versatile casters make it a breeze to reposition and move to other areas, and the distressed walnut wood countertop adds a touch of country charm to any kitchen. Don’t worry about it holding up in a busy kitchen, because the tubular steel construction stands up to frequent daily use. The 48-inch width makes it one of the bigger movable kitchen island carts you can find, and an excellent dual-purpose countertop that you’ll love crafting on, too.
The Brooks kitchen island cart is a petite storage helper that boasts everything a compact kitchen could need from a center island. It’s able to hold all that and a bag of chips thanks to its small, space-saving dimensions, and comes in four easily-matched shades. Pick from gray, white, red or blue hues and then enjoy the easy-to-clean stainless steel countertop. It’s one of the most practical tiny kitchen ideas and perfect for home cooks with limited space.
This wooden wonder from Carson Carrington rolls anywhere you may need it. It’s a wine lover’s ideal kitchen addition thanks to its thoughtful wire storage baskets. They’re just the right size to hold a few standard wine bottles, dish towels, kitchen tools and more. The compact size is great for tight spaces and tucking away in corners when it’s not in use, and at under $140 you can’t afford to not have one for extra prep space around the holidays.
This is Amazon’s bestselling kitchen cart, and for good reason. It comes in more than five colors and boasts nearly 20,000 reviews. It offers cabinet space for small appliances and cookware, drawers for utensils and other gear, and a countertop that fits even deeper microwaves. Its wheels keep it moving anywhere you want it to go, or safely park in place.
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