Wood Top Detail
Our Price: $363.00
List Price: $495.51, You Save: 27%, No Sales Tax, Except CT
Also available with the following tops
- Solid Wood Construction
- Heavy duty casters with front casters locking
- 2 cabinet doors conceal storage inside with adjustable shelving
- Attached condiment/spice caddy
- Towel bars
- Utility drawer
- Pulls are finished in brushed chrome
- Easy assembly
- Ships via UPS/FedEx Ground
This Mix and Match Cuisine Cart features a base and top in a Natural finish. Made of solid wood, these kitchen carts offer great storage capability with a utility drawer, towel bars, an attached condiment spice caddy and two cabinets with adjustable shelving. Heavy-duty locking casters keep your workspace stable when necessary.
(W = side to side) (D = front to back) (H = top to bottom)
Cuisine Cart: 32½" W x 18¾" D x 36" H
Wood top: 27¼"W x 18¾"D x 1"H
Ships via UPS/FedEx Ground
|Beautiful and just what I needed!
by: Judith Swede ✔Verified Buyer from: Delray Beach, FL on: April 29, 2015
| ||I am giving it only 4 stars because some of the holes did not match up to make the pieces come together evenly. I had to us a rubber mallet to bang them together. Otherwise it wasn't too hard to put together.
|I just love this unit
by: Corry ✔Verified Buyer from: Tulare, CA on: June 30, 2014
| ||I would buy again. No problem
|Wonderful value, beautiful cart!
by: Teoti Anderson ✔Verified Buyer from: Lexington, SC on: June 18, 2010
| ||The cart shipped quickly and was extremely well packed. What I noticed the most was that it was so well labeled, something I have not experienced with other items requiring assembly. Every part was clearly labeled, including the hardware. The instructions were extremely easy to follow and I put the cart together myself. Very nice wood, very sturdy. Lots of room as well. This is a lovely addition to my kitchen! The only room for improvement would be the doors -- they don't shut as firmly as I would like. Would definitely recommend this brand.
by: Ben ✔Verified Buyer from: New Bedford, MA on: December 23, 2009
| ||Extremely well made and easy to assemble. Packaged incredibly well. Assembly instructions clear and easy to follow.I would recommend this piece to anyone.
|Solid, sturdy, great purchase
by: Rosemarie Waechter ✔Verified Buyer from: Indiana, Pa on: November 10, 2009
| ||Excellent quality. Relatively easy to assemble.
by: anonymous ✔Verified Buyer from: -, - on: July 24, 2009
by: emrich ✔Verified Buyer from: -, NY on: July 24, 2009
| ||The cart is excellent quality and looks great in our kitchen.
|Excellent price and product
by: Martha ✔Verified Buyer from: Carol Stream, Il on: May 12, 2009
| ||Best price by far - Same product much more expensive everywhere else. It was the easiest product to put together, every piece marked, even hardware. Put together in 45 minutes. Looks fantastic. Great addition to the kitchen, for that extra storage space.
Could not be more pleased.
|Is this a butcher block top? - Asked about product MX-KI801W01
| ||The top is rubberwood with a clear protective coat over it.
| ||- Answered on March 8, 2017|
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|What type of wood is the construction?
How much chip board is used? - Asked about product MX-KI801W01
| ||The hardwood construction is primarily referring to the frames, the drawer fronts, the door frames. The side panels and the door panels, behind the framing, are hardwood veneers over plywood. The plywood is all hardwood and is used to prevent warping on the side panels, the back panel, and the door panels, but unlike most other manufacturers, the veneer on the unit is over plywood, not particle board or MDF. The plywood is all hardwood unlike particle board and MDF.
| ||- Answered on October 7, 2015|
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|I have a Butch Block Kitchen Island. Is there a Eco friendly finish I can apply to the counter that will make clean-up easier and spruce up the counter as well? - Asked about product MX-KI801W01
| ||Without knowing about the specifics of your block, it is difficult to say. It depends if the top currently has an oil or varnished finish. Generally speaking, if your top is currently unfinished, then a consumable mineral oil will help condition the wood and spruce it up, but if it has a varnish on it, light sanding and refinishing should do the trick
| ||- Answered on September 14, 2015|
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