Kitchen trolleys provide an elegant way to store cookbooks, cookware and flatware you love, or your collection of favorite mugs – not to mention providing extra storage space in tight kitchens!
This stylish cart looks more like a decorative piece than a utility cart and can blend in seamlessly with any decor theme. When not in use, it can easily be rolled away and has enough storage capacity to house appliances that may clutter the counters such as mixers.
mDesign Laundry Cart
Organization experts love this lightweight basket because of its convenient size and convenient two-way carrying options. The handles feature curved designs so they rest against your hip when carrying up or down stairs, and its BPA- and phthalate-free plastic feels robust.
For those living in tight spaces, this skinny hamper offers the ideal solution: short enough to slide beneath shelves while big enough for even an oversized load. When not in use, its compact fold makes storage even simpler.
Strategist writer Erin Schwartz swears by this cart for transporting clothes between her apartment’s laundry room and outside. While not very attractive, its large capacity and durable build make transferring clothes much simpler; with rolling wheels making maneuverability up or down stairs easier as well.
Amazon Basics Forhoja Cart
With its simple design and neutral finish, this cart will blend effortlessly into most kitchen spaces. Inexpensive pricing makes this a smart way to add storage without breaking the bank.
Kris from Driven by Decor loves this kitchen cart’s sturdy wooden top and spacious drawers. She says she uses it to maximize counter space for food prep while stowing her most-used tools (rolling pins, colander, peeler) in its bottom drawers.
If you need something with more cabinets, take a look at this Costway cart. Organising expert Caroline Solomon suggests it will meet all of your storage needs thanks to its combination of doors and drawers.
Red Barrel Studio Kuhnhenn Cart
This wide rolling cart features a spice rack, towel bar and drawers; but what really sets it apart is its drop-leaf counter extender – ideal for expanding workspace when needed or even turning it into a dining area for guests.
Prop stylist Cait Gury appreciates this stainless steel cart’s minimalist design. According to her, two shelves lined with hooks to hold items like utensils or wooden spoons allow it to “disappear” when filled with equipment in her galley kitchen. Furthermore, there’s a closed door cabinet where canned goods or condiments can be hidden out of sight if necessary.
mDesign Forhoja Cart with Spice Rack
Although initially intended as a laundry cart, this metal option from mDesign has quickly become an organizational favorite. Nicole Abramovici of Genius Organizing enjoys having its additional tier for bottles of spices; furthermore it fits easily in narrow spaces making this cart ideal for smaller kitchens.
Blogger Aysegul Sanford uses this stainless steel cart because of its dedicated spice shelf, which keeps her seasonings organized on the countertop and freeing up plenty of storage space in its dual-door cabinet. Furthermore, its oak-look finish fits seamlessly with modern farmhouse decor.
mDesign Forhoja Cart with Drawers
Kitchen carts provide extra workspace and storage solutions in your cooking area, serving as an effective alternative to traditional kitchen islands.
Rebecca Firkser favors this Amazon Basics option with drawers that can store everything from serving utensils and citrus juicers/funnels, to citrus peelers/reamers and funnels. “It’s astonishingly sturdy,” says Rebecca.
Sarah from Room for Tuesday uses a stormcloud gray cart with a butcher block top as part of her moody kitchen scheme. On this cart are her most-used appliances like her toaster, water filter pitcher, food processor and cookbooks/cutting boards stored for easy access.
mDesign Forhoja Cart with Open Shelving
If you need an additional kitchen island, the Ikea FORHOJA cart may be just what’s needed. Offering extra storage and work space while sporting an open design to easily access commonly-used items, you could also customize it into a coffee station, craft and art storage unit or home bar!
It features two drawers to store your most-used cooking utensils like rolling pins and measuring cups, while its top surface doubles as a cutting board. Although it features wheels on one side only, so that it feels less mobile than typical kitchen islands.