Published at Wednesday, September 11th 2019, 21:19:54 PM. Kitchen Carts. By Klementina Stepanov.
I drilled two holes in the MDF, spray painted it heirloom white, added a little fler de lis, and then attached a ribbon pull. A regular pull/knob would have interfered with the table closing so this was the best option. I borrowed this idea from someone’s recent post, so if it was you please let me know and I’ll link back to you!
I load up all my goodies inside my craft cart and roll her on over to my work station. Attention: Please notice how the tole tray I just picked up thrifting perfectly matches the paisley shoe organizer! Love it when that happens.
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.