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Industrial Appliance Cart

I was searching for something to provide attractive, easy storage for all my small kitchen appliances without cluttering up the countertops. After seeing something similar online, I was inspired to build a simple storage rack out of 2x12's and galvanized pipe and flanges. It was exactly what I needed! Now all my doodads are hidden away in my adjacent laundry room without looking overly cluttered or chaotic. I spent $200 in materials, and ordered my plumbing from Ron's online (http://www.ronshomeandhardware.com/511-603HC-1-2-Galvanized-Floor-Flange-p/446903.htm and http://www.ronshomeandhardware.com/563-180HC-1-2x18-Galvanized-Pipe-p/273055.htm). Check out the step-by-step tutorial on my blog.
*note* this is a very "tippy" cart. I decided to anchor mine to the wall with L-brackets to keep it from falling on my toddler. You can make it wider or shorter to prevent this, or nix the castors and anchor it to the wall.

To see more: http://www.killerbdesigns.com/industrial-appliance-cart/

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  • Desert Domicile
    Desert Domicile Beverly Hills, CA
    on Sep 4, 2012

    What a great idea! And if you don't need the cart anymore, you could fill the shelves with books! :)

  • Julie Spriggs
    Julie Spriggs Springfield, MO
    on Sep 17, 2013


  • Jan
    Jan Sanford, FL
    on Feb 23, 2015

    Nice---I have something very similar in laundry room for same reason and it is handy and out of sight---mine was bought---never thought to make.

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