Special Rustic Kitchen Island Cart with Stools
People often think of islands as fixed stations in the kitchen, but one of the biggest advantages of a freestanding piece is that it can be moved around if really needed. Wheels help make this easier, and it’s a convenient addition for islands that are used in smaller spaces, especially. Just remember to check that the wheels have locks that can secure it in place. Although islands with open-tiered shelves provide easy access to pots and pans stored on them from all sides, they do have a tendency to look cluttered and collect dust. But the big plus with open shelving islands is that they don’t have doors that might interfere with foot traffic, making them ideal for smaller kitchens.