Kitchens from yesteryear and today are very different. But some things that can help in both settings are kitchen carts.
In the old days, kitchen carts offered extra counter space. Back then, kitchens were smaller and you would need to do a lot of improvisation to be able to prepare a large meal. There was a shortage of counter space, so kitchen carts could be a godsend, offering portable countertops that can be used to sort and prepare the food, and then be a place to put some of the food items to be delivered to the dining room table.
In today's kitchens, kitchen carts serve a bit of a different purpose. There is often a lot of space. So the kitchen carts are a usable accent piece. They can be a fabulous dÃ©cor item that offers extra storage room in your kitchen, when needed. In all kinds of styles from rustic to ornate French to even chef industrial designs, kitchen carts can go with whatever your kitchen holds, even if you have that gourmet cook top and sub zero freezer.
If your current kitchen is not as spacious as you would like, or you have just managed to fill up all that counter space you have, you can also call on kitchen carts as a place for storage. These days there is a kitchen appliance for everything. Many people want to have them all. But when it comes time to prepare a large meal, what are you going to do with all those contraptions? They are taking up valuable meal preparation space. Kitchen carts are helpful in this case. Since they usually have at least 2 shelves, those appliances can be stacked on kitchen carts and cleared off that countertop. And it's not just the little appliances in your home that kitchen carts can get out of the way. Think of what appliance takes up the most space on your counter. It's probably your microwave or toaster oven, or maybe a mixer. These can all be put on kitchen carts and give you a whole new lease on your counters.
Once you start utilizing kitchen carts as a storage option, you will be astounded at how much counter space you now have to prepare meals, and you will enjoy the crisp clean look of your kitchen.
But kitchen carts don't have to stay in the kitchen. If you are serving up meals, or appetizers to your friends, why should you take a number of trips back and forth from the kitchen to the living room or dining room to take each tray of food, cups for coffee or tea, then the pots of drinks to the table. This is not to mention the condiments they are going to need that you will find yourself running back and forth to the kitchen to get. All that running around is wasting a lot of your time, and can make you feel left out in your own home. Instead, with kitchen carts, you can load all the items up, and deliver them in one shot.
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