Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Kitchen Carts

I'm on the hunt for a kitchen cart.  I need it to be able to go from the kitchen to the BBQ outside.  It should have at least two shelves so I can put dishes/silverware on one shelf, then another shelf for food.  It needs to have four wheels.  Two wheels isn't the easiest thing to maneuver outside.

This is what I've found:
gold bar/kitchen cart, Cost Plus, $150



gold bar cart, Ballard Designs, $300


FLYTTA Kitchen cart IKEA Gives you extra storage, utility and work space. Lockable casters for high stability.
Flytta kitchen cart, $179 ikea
Galvanized Metal Rolling Wagon Party Bucket
Galvanized metal rolling wagon party bucket, $199, pottery barn
Jill Bar Cart
Jill Bar Cart, $349, Ballard Designs

GRUNDTAL Kitchen cart IKEA Gives you extra storage, utility and work space.
Grundtal kitchen cart, $149,  ikea



 wheeled wagon that is collapsible, $94, walmart

Alera 3-Tier Wire Rolling Cart Black Anthracite
wheeled cart, $52, Costco


Vitale Bar Cart, Macy's, POPULAR Seller!

Update: We actually ended up getting this cart here for $99.  We've had it for a few years and it has been working pretty well for indoor/outdoor function.
the cart we chose, get it here
The only thing that I wish is that the bottom shelf had some little wall around it because as you go over bumpy surfaces outside anything on the bottom shelf can rattle out and fall onto to the ground. 

We chose one with a cutting board so we had a prep area outside.  Which one would YOU choose?


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6 comments:

  1. I think I like the costco cart with the woid top--you might wind up cutting stuff up at the BBQ. For looks I like the vintage look of the pottery barn cart. However it is too specific with the drink hider on top. Maybe Che cling out some vintage carts might turn something up!

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    1. I liked the vintage look of the pottery barn one too, but I wish it had a different top on it! I will search for vintage carts!

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  2. Angelina,
    Check these out, utilitarian but kinda cool. http://platform-trucks.apluswhs.com/stainless-steel-cart/
    pve

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    1. Whoa! That's like kitchen cart heaven! Thanks for the link!

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  3. they all look very nice I do not have any of these but I do have 2 vintage carts from the 1960s they work awesome and look great too. Your carts look awesome as well
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  4. Angelina, I like either of the first two that you shared. All of the styles are cute though. Put a sized to fit basket on the lower area and then zip tie it beneath the bottom. Problem solved with going over bumps. :-D



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