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 HomCom has all the bells and whistles. Decked out with a dual material top, spice rack, knife rack, drawer, towel rack, two removable baskets and a lower shelf, this portable kitchen island really has it all. These other kitchen organization ideas will save your sanity.
If you’re looking for a kitchen island cart that’s full of style, look no further than the top-rated Pilsen Cart from Crate&Barrel. This gorgeous kitchen island cart has clean, simple lines, three glass shelves and is available in three colors to match the rest of your kitchen. Since the shelves are made of glass, we recommend using this cart to store small appliances like an espresso maker and slow cooker, rather than preparing or cooking directly on it. Check out these low-cost kitchen upgrades that make a huge difference.
While this kitchen island cart from Andover Mills offers plenty of storage space with a spice rack, towel rack, three drawers and three shelves, the real star is its drop-leaf counter extender. This is great for when you need a bit more workspace or, with a couple of stools, could be used as a small breakfast bar. Make sure you know these kitchen storage ideas that will free up a ton of space.
For those with a smaller kitchen, this Raabe cart is just the ticket. The compact 35”H x 32”W x 18”D can squeeze into tight spots between appliances or a spare corner but is still big enough to hold pots and pans, a slow cooker and a pressure cooker. By the way, these are the best appliances for small spaces.
This portable kitchen island can easily double as a bar cart, thanks to its two reversible middle shelves. One side of the shelf is smooth for holding small appliances, plates or platters while the other side is corrugated, which is great for keeping wine, alcohol or olive oil bottles in place. Here are our picks for the best bar carts if you prefer a dedicated spot for your barware.
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.
Available in grey and shell, this contemporary kitchen island cart from Threshold has a little bit of everything. With three hooks, four shelves, a large drawer and 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.
This 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 and the top is a pretty speckled granite, meaning this cart can definitely hold up in a high-traffic kitchen.
We’d be remiss if we didn’t have an Ikea pick on this list. The Stenstorp is an excellent choice for those who need just a touch more kitchen storage. Use the three open shelves to display your baking pans or cute mixing bowls and the drawer to store odds and ends. Next, read up on these storage solutions for those without a pantry.