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This ‪rolling kitchen island features a beautiful butcher-block top, a place to store your microwave, and flip-out trash can storage.

This ‪rolling kitchen island features a beautiful butcher-block top, a place to store your microwave, and flip-out trash can storage.

Kitchen Cart Makeover from Confessions of a Serial Do-It-Yourselfer

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Make a Rolling Kitchen Cart From an Old Filing Cabinet. We’ve never met anyone who couldn’t use more kitchen storage and counter space.

Make a Rolling Kitchen Cart

Make a Rolling Kitchen Cart From an Old Filing Cabinet. We’ve never met anyone who couldn’t use more kitchen storage and counter space.

Even in a small space, try to achieve the "work triangle," that optimal configuration between the stove, refrigerator, and sink. Rolling carts offer storage and workspace, and their mobility frees up built-in space to accommodate the triangle.

Renovating a Small Kitchen? 10 Questions to Ask Before You Begin

Even in a small space, try to achieve the "work triangle," that optimal configuration between the stove, refrigerator, and sink. Rolling carts offer storage and workspace, and their mobility frees up built-in space to accommodate the triangle.

Attention: The RASKOG cart might be the most versatile product in all of IKEA (seriously). It's just as useful in your kitchen to hold spill-over pantry items as in your bathroom to corral makeup and toilet paper.   - Cosmopolitan.co.uk

20 Genius IKEA Hacks That Solve All of Your Storage Problems

Attention: The RASKOG cart might be the most versatile product in all of IKEA (seriously). It's just as useful in your kitchen to hold spill-over pantry items as in your bathroom to corral makeup and toilet paper. - Cosmopolitan.co.uk

Our new kitchen cart! I'm in love. Real Simple® Kitchen Island in White…

Real Simple® Rolling Kitchen Island in White

If you're lacking countertop space, bring in a rolling kitchen cart

10 Space Saving Hacks for Your Tiny Kitchen

DIY Mobile Kitchen Island! Love the rustic look! FREE plans & tutorial at Shanty-2-Chic.com (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post7790304&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

DIY Kitchen Island FREE Plans!

DIY Mobile Kitchen Island! Love the rustic look! FREE plans & tutorial at Shanty-2-Chic.com (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post7790304&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

ANGELOHOME angelo:Home Arlington Rolling Kitchen Cart

angelo:HOME Arlington Rolling Kitchen Cart by ANGELOHOME

ANGELOHOME angelo:Home Arlington Rolling Kitchen Cart

This might be one of the greatest repurposes of all time! Junk filing cabinet turned classy grill cart! Find the instructions here: http://www.curbly.com/users/chrisjob/posts/11145-make-a-rolling-kitchen-cart-from-an-old-filing-cabinet (Photo and repurpose by Debra Elliot)

Make a Rolling Kitchen Cart From an Old Filing Cabinet

This might be one of the greatest repurposes of all time! Junk filing cabinet turned classy grill cart! Find the instructions here: http://www.curbly.com/users/chrisjob/posts/11145-make-a-rolling-kitchen-cart-from-an-old-filing-cabinet (Photo and repurpose by Debra Elliot)

Bottom half with counter-top deep shelves, spot for the rolling pastry cart, top part in shelving, but with nice 'distressed' corbels as shelf supports.

Bottom half with counter-top deep shelves, spot for the rolling pastry cart, top part in shelving, but with nice 'distressed' corbels as shelf supports.

Kitchen Cart Makeover :: Hometalk  I have this cart, soon it will be so much more beautiful!!

Kitchen Cart Makeover

image of Home Styles Natural Wood Breakfast Bar Rolling Kitchen Cart

image of Home Styles Natural Wood Breakfast Bar Rolling Kitchen Cart

Here's an excuse to finally pick up that super-cheap kitchen utensil holder you've been eye-ing at IKEA. It's just as handy in your bathroom for storing your curling iron and straightener.

11 Brillant IKEA Hacks for a Super-Organized Bathroom

Here's an excuse to finally pick up that super-cheap kitchen utensil holder you've been eye-ing at IKEA. It's just as handy in your bathroom for storing your curling iron and straightener.