Pick up a kitchen cart with exactly the utility you need. If storage is your main kitchen concern, a trolley might be the solution. Choose a model with the works—a cabinet, drawer, shelf and even a towel bar—for utter organization.
When storing frequently used kitchen items (like cookbooks or mixing bowls) isn’t as much of a concern as storing the cart itself, it’s time for a folding kitchen cart. A folding table creates useful workspace when open, but is easy to store when closed. For a cart that is equally functional on the move, turn to a wheeled cart for the kitchen. A sturdy handle is a helpful way to roll a cart along the floor as it travels within the room. Stick with locking casters when you know that cart is going to stay put instead.
When the aim of a kitchen cart is decorative, it doesn’t need to roll. It does need to have an open shelf to display various kitchen trinkets amassed over the years. Showing off something specific, like a wine collection? Choose a wine rack cart with the perfect functionality. Display dozens of bottles, but make sure to incorporate a small drawer for wine accouterments—keeping the convenience of openers and stoppers at the ready.
If the purpose is, instead, to showcase a beautiful new piece of furniture, choose a cart based on its make. Made from materials with silver sheen, a cart can beautifully match stainless steel appliances or serve to create a contemporary look. Go more rustic with an all-wood cart or strike a balance with a cart that combines the beauty of wood and coloration of black or white lacquer.
Could you use added workspace in the kitchen? A wooden butcher-block cart can increase counter space for slicing and dicing during cooking prep work. Chop to it on a chopping cart surface that is easily cleaned by wiping down, or use that same worktable to save kitchen counters from messy activities like arts and crafts. Discover the ideal kitchen cart for your space, at Macy’s.