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DIY Kitchen Island Cart

I love having more space in my kitchen for prepping. But when my boys and hubby want to help out there is not much room left. I looked on Craigslist and other stores and could not find anything I liked. One day looking online at the blogs I love. I came across an island at Ourvintagehomelove.blogspot that I totally fell in love with. So I thought why not just make one. Since I did not have old reclaimed barn wood, it was off to Lowes we went.

To see more: http://www.thriftychicken1.blogspot.com

Got a question about this project?

  • Terryspansy
    Terryspansy Milton, FL

    Yes, towel bar.

  • Nancy
    Nancy Glendale, OR

    The towel bar is a good idea, as long as you don't have a cat. My husband added hooks, etc to the island we repurposed from an old cabinet. The cat would walk along and rub against the utensils until it sounded like the ice cream man was coming!

  • Michelle Kelsey
    Michelle Kelsey Lubbock, TX

    Do you have the measurements?

  • Regina Van Etten

    I found an reproduction antique doorknocker in the garden center of pier 1 and used one on each side of my butcher block....Love it!

  • Ingrid
    Ingrid Rochester, NY

    I would add casters to roll it around...I love the color...

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