By Elisamarie Lefebvre. Kitchen Carts. At Monday, September 09th 2019, 14:12:19 PM.
Hubby gave her casters, a new interior shelf, and hinged a piece of MDF where the sewing machine used to be. To add more cubby space, I cut an old shoe organizer (which previously was hanging in my closet) in half and attached it to the sides with furniture tacks.
The professional styling of this practical and attractive kitchen cart includes a 1-inch thick hardwood top. The 3-inch rubber casters (two are locking), an adjustable shelf, and a wide drawer are must-have features that are conveniently included with this cart. Also included are three satin nickel cabinet bar pulls and two shaker doors with soft-closing hinges to complete this functional and stylish kitchen cart from Loft.
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.