Kitchens come in all shapes and sizes… just typically not in the optimal shape… or size. That means the furniture in your Chicago kitchen shouldn’t be constrained to certain styles or dimensions either. Makes sense, right? Every kitchen does need an island though, because who would argue with more counter space and more storage? No one? We thought so.
Wrightwood Furniture store in Lakeview Chicago stocks a wide variety of trolleys, tables, and carts that would work perfectly as a unique furniture addition to your updated kitchen, whether it’s long, cramped, or just needs that extra something.
Bridgeport Iron Wooden Table
For the decorator with a narrow kitchen and a microwave for which they can’t find counter space. The constant struggle. Combining plenty of storage space for all of those stray utensils with a beautiful wooden top (microwave problem, solved), the Bridgeport Table has enough space for appliances — both on the tabletop and the bottom shelf for less-often-used tools — and for extra prep area when you’re hosting one of your famous end of summer dinner parties. We assume you won’t need the microwave for that occasion… but we wouldn’t judge. After all, what IS the definition of “home-cooked”?
Altgeld Iron Trolley
Make a statement and store all of your necessary kitchen tools with this wheeled piece. Perfect for a simply designed kitchen craving an extra oomph, the Altged Trolley is both ultra-practical and beautiful. It’s a sure way to draw some “oohs” and “ahhs” from your dinner guests. Maybe they’ll want to help out in the kitchen. Or more importantly, maybe they’ll want to help with the dishes afterwards, if just to stare at your new kitchen island.
When your kitchen is both narrow and short (ugh-inducing, indeed), this eye-catching trolley is the answer to all of your design prayers. Tons of storage space combined with handy-dandy wheels will allow you to move the the island around your space so that it’s there when you need the chopping space, but out of the way when you need to move from the stove to the sink and back to the stove with ease. And since your dinner guests certainly won’t be eating in the kitchen, well unless they WANT to sit on top of one another, the island could also work as a bar cart to keep them entertained in the living room while you prep the meal… and give you room to breathe.
One of our favorite things about these pieces? Their functional versatility. When you don’t want to use the unique furnishings as a kitchen island, you can move them along to your Chicago living room and use them as console tables. So easy, so stylish, so needs to be added to your must-have list. Only if you want the most unique furniture in Chicago, of course.
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