High and Low: Kitchen Carts

High and Low: Kitchen Carts

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Sarah Coffey
May 22, 2009
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Carts can be a very efficient way to add counter and storage space to your kitchen, especially if they're topped in a butcher block. At the high end, butcher block cabinets from manufacturers like John Boos offer chef's quality surfaces and very sturdy construction, while at the low end places like IKEA and even hardware stores offer affordable alternatives...

FIRST ROW
50-inch Boos Butcher Block Culinary Cart from Williams Sonoma, $2,100
John Boos Cucina Cart from Sur La Table, $940
Kitchen Organizer from Design Within Reach, 15% off $800 May 22-25
Somerset Cart at Crate & Barrel, $250 (reg. $350)
White Elfa Mesh Cart from the Container Store, $240

SECOND ROW
Light Oak Folding Kitchen Cart from Bed, Bath & Beyond, $100
FÖRHÖJA Kitchen Cart from IKEA, $100
Living Accents Deluxe Kitchen Cart With Wine Rack from Ace Hardware, $80
Utility Kitchen Cart from Sam's Club, $75
BEKVÄM Kitchen Cart from IKEA, $60

OTHER OPTIONS
John Boos Kitchen Cart with Drawers from Sur La Table, $1,700
Stadium Series Kitchen Island from Costco, $400
Metro Commercial Chef's Cart from the Container Store, $250
Kitchen Cart with Pantry from Stacks and Stacks, $125
Living Accents Kitchen Cart with Dropleaf Table from Ace Hardware, $100

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