#6: SUNNERSTA Kitchen Cart

#6: SUNNERSTA Kitchen Cart

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Dabney Frake
Jan 11, 2017
(Image credit: IKEA)

IKEA says: Sometimes installing a large kitchen isn't necessary, or too expensive and time-consuming. That's why SUNNERSTA mini-kitchen was developed. Ideal when living in a small space, this free-standing kitchen meets the needs of customers who want basic kitchen functions with easy installation and at a great price. The SUNNERSTA cart gives extra storage on the side.

What We Predict: The SUNNERSTA cart's slim profile and overall cuteness means it will rival the ever-popular RASKOG (plus, it's the exact same price at $29.99), and show up in pretty much every room in the house in the coming year. This won't be so much about actual physical changes or transformations, but how and where people use it in their own spaces.

These guys used an IKEA cart for art supplies, and added S hooks and metal clips for amped up functionality.

(Image credit: Kicsihaz)

This wheeled cart was made from an unfinished NORNAS side table by Kata Szentgyörgyi and made pretty with some brass accents. Not sure if/how people will similarly tweak the newcomer trolley, but can't wait to see all the bar carts to come!

(Image credit: Freshly Pieced)

The SUNNERSTA's added inches (it's 38" instead of 33" like the RASKOG) will cut down on the number of nooks where it will fit, but it's still a good option for tucking some extra storage in out of the way places.

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