This beautiful Catskill Craftsmen Kitchen Cart has a White Base, Natural Top and features a convenient Drop Leaf. The cart's 10 inch drop leaf allows you to adjust your cart's surface area for any task, large or small. The cart's top is made of a sturdy one inch thick solid domestic birch hardwood. The base is a white satin lacquer, which is complemented by attractive brushed nickel hardware. This cart features both open and closed storage, and has a towel bar and knife rack for added function and utility.
One inch thick solid domestic birch hardwood top with lacquer finish (not intended for cutting on)
10" Drop leaf
Base is white satin lacquer over hardwood/hardwood composition
Towel bar wood/nickel
Knife rack accepts 10" blades
Brushed nickel hardware
Wheel casters - 2 locking
Weight: 70 Lbs.
This is an Eco-Friendly product
Overall Size: 34 1/2" W x 26" D x 34" H
Overall Size with drop leaf down: 34" W x 16" D x 34" H
Open Shelf Dimensions: 27" W x 13 3/4" D x 8 1/2" H
Interior Cabinet Dimensions: 27" W x 13" D x 15 3/4" H
Interior Drawer Dimensions: 25 1/2" W x 11 1/4" D x 3" H
Catskill Craftsman's gourmet kitchen furniture and accessories are crafted from quality North American hardwoods and manufactured here in the USA. Beautiful kitchen carts, islands and work tables provide ample workspace with helpful features including towel racks, wine storage, cutting boards and knife racks, available in an array of rich finishes. Plus, making your kitchen look good will also make you feel good. Catskill Craftsmen is known for its environmentally conscious practices with operations that generate absolutely no wood waste.
About Catskill Craftsmen: Founded in 1948, Catskill Craftsmen is located in Stamford, New York at the headwaters of the Delaware River. One of America's leading manufacturers of ready-to-assemble kitchen islands, carts and work tables, the company takes great pride in crafting great products with environmentally-conscious practices. Lumber is purchased from area sawmills and then manufactured on site. In 1994, Catskill built a wood pellet mill to process all the company's waste wood into wood pellet fuel, used to heat homes. Now, their operations create zero wood waste. That's a philosophy we can get behind!