3 moveable islands for small kitchens
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3 moveable islands for small kitchens

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A spacious kitchen may be on everyone’s wish list, but small kitchens are the reality in many older homes, condos, and apartments. If you feel short on storage space, don’t have enough counter space to prep large meals, or need an extra dining surface, these movable kitchen islands are the perfect solution. When you’re done using them, you can simply move them to the side for a more open kitchen.

1) Mali Two Tone Kitchen Cart

This highly rated kitchen cart will help you get more out of your small space. The natural wood top is 36 inches wide and 18 inches deep for extra prep space, while the espresso stained body houses three shelves, a cabinet, and a drawer for extra storage. High quality casters make this portable island easy to move and store while entertaining. At $125, it’s also an affordable option.

Winsome Mali Kitchen Cart available from Amazon

2) Stainless Steel Top Kitchen Cart

This movable island will instantly turn your small kitchen into an extra dining space with the attached wood drop-down breakfast bar. The work surface is stainless steel for easy clean-up, and heavy-duty casters make moving this kitchen cart easy. Customers loved the high-quality hardwood with a natural finish, large cabinets, and deep storage drawers.

Home Styles Stainless Steel Top Kitchen Cart with Breakfast Bar available from Amazon

3) Granite Top Island

Granite lovers, rejoice! This moveable island has attractive grey granite counter top that give it a permanent look, while casters make it easy to store against the wall when not in use. This island also adds much needed storage space for small kitchens, with two large cabinets and deep drawers.

Crosley Furniture Cambridge Kitchen Island with Grey Granite Top available from Amazon

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