Published at Saturday, September 21st 2019, 16:09:00 PM. Kitchen Carts. By Klementina Stepanov.
You can spend extra money on special brackets if you desire, but we wanted to keep this cheap. But Beth, won’t your paper bend and fall out all over the place? Such party poopers. Yes, it might. If it does, I will buy cheap curtain rods and attach towards the top of each shelf. It hasn’t moved yet, so I’m hoping it will behave.
I like to work at my kitchen bar. The granite if forgiving of my glue mishaps and I can referee my munchkins better from the kitchen. I suggested to hubby that we get rid of all pots and pans and convert the kitchen to a craft room.
Hubby rebutted with the idea of a rolling craft cart. I do like to eat, so this wasn’t a completely unreasonable idea. So I scored an old sewing table for $10 at a thrift store and gave her a fresh coat of heirloom white.
One large piece of MDF was purchased for $10 and cut into 3 pieces (way cheaper). The pegboard was $3 and is attached to the top-shelf bracket with beading wire. I was impatient and didn’t want to wait for hubby to figure out how to drill it around the brackets. I use beading wire for everything. It is fantastic.