10 Kitchen Island Carts Pictures and Styles
Add an extra prep area or entertaining space to your kitchen or dining room with an island cart! There are so many wonderful uses for these versatile pieces and they come in a great assortment of modern designs and styles. From extra storage needs to an easy area to decorate holiday cookies with the kiddos, kitchen island carts are a huge luxury to your home if you have the space needed to house them. Let’s have a peek at some of our favorites, shall we?
Here’s a product that was made for easy entertaining. It’s an extra spot to house all of your adult drink-time needs and even throw some of your extra dinner party plates beneath the counter top. There’s built in spots to hold you wine glasses, wine bottles and it’s got a classic, modern style to fit a variety of homes.
We are absolutely in love with this industrial, rustic design. There’s a free-spirit, boho nature around this kitchen and the extra island cart in the middle only adds and enhances to that trending style. This piece is so much fun and can easily be personalized with the extra basket choices at the bottom and mixed material feature.
This is a ultra traditional design that can blend and mold into any home or space. Although it’s a bit more bland, it’s purpose is more for function than for stylish accenting. Have breakfast for two atop the counter space or use it as an extra corner piece to serve appetizers during your New Year’s Eve dinner party.
A bigger design that’s perfect for a traditional, family-friendly kitchen, this idea has a great amount of storage and space for dinnertime prep. Cut up your veggies, fruits and mix your cakes atop the counter, hold your spices on the side in the rack and wheel it to the side when the entire family is over for Christmas and you need the extra standing room.
One of the larger on our list, this organic, naturally made design has so much versatility and fun style that it’s got to be the best of the bunch. Drawers, basket, shelf space and counter top room all come together to create quite the efficiently made product. There’s so much you can use and do with this piece!
Simple, sweet and made with a quaint cottage charm, this idea is compact enough to fit in a corner when it’s not in use but also big enough to get some work done. Use it to serve snacks during a bridal shower or make a sandwich in the afternoon.
If you don’t need a ton of storage space and you want a slick, industrial look, this is the way to go. It’s not bulky or chunky, but there is some shelf space to to keep some of the bigger items off the counters. It’s a great spot for serving and for prep and it’s a more simple, no fuss look overall.
Here’s another rustic, more industrial design, but slightly smaller than some of its predecessors. There’s open shelving for organizing some of your bigger items like a large mixer and enough space for serving up some snacks and goodies for your kiddo’s next after school get together. Of course, it’s also a great spot for prepping breakfasts and dinners too.
This example is also slightly similar to some that we’ve seen above, if you take the traditional and pair it with a bout of bulky rustic charm. We love the unfinished, organic nature about this piece, giving a more modern appeal and warm finish, but it’s quite versatile in the style genre aspect.