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an nyc kitchen

Here’s the deal.  The new kitchen is not so much a kitchen as some appliances and cabinets along one wall of a really huge all-purpose room.  So, in true New Yorker fashion, we’re making it work!  Our plan is to get a small island or a kitchen cart to separate the space and give just a bit more storage.  And now, I’m becoming an expert on all things having to do with kitchen carts!  Here are our front-runners:

1.  Forhoja from Ikea.  2.  Groland from Ikea.  3.  Island Cart from Home Styles.  4.  Living Accents Kitchen Cart from Ace Hardware.  5.  Bamboo Kitchen Island from Bed Bath & Beyond.  6.  Boos Butcher Block Culinary Cart from Williams Sonoma (Hey, a girl can dream, right?).

So!  Give me your brilliant opinions, or other ideas of carts that I’ve missed!  I know that one of you has the perfect answer.  Until tomorrow, lovelies!  xoxo

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