Create instant space and additional storage in your kitchen with this rolling Winsome Wood Hackett Kitchen Cart Storage. Use in your kitchen for additional storage without taking up too much floor space and will come in handy as an extra surface top for food preparation. The cabinet doors open up to a large compartment with a removable slatted shelf, perfect for storing bowls, plates and kitchen essential within easy reach. A drawer providing maximum space for your silverware, knives, and other kitchen utensils. And a side bar that comes in handy for hanging a hand towel. Standing up on four rolling casters, two of which lock to keep in place, for easy mobility to wheel around in the kitchen. This cart is a must have for studio apartments or small spaces that needing extra storage. Finished in a clear lacquer to highlight the natural wood grain, a Winsome classic with plenty of charm. Constructed of solid beech wood and composite. Conveniently packed and shipped in 1 box, that includes the hardware necessary for assembling. Replacement part request can be submitted directly to the manufacturer within 60 days from date of purchase.
Unit dims: 26.9"W x 18.2"D x 34.3"H
Drawer: 19.3"W x 13.1"D x 3.8"H
Cabinet interior: 20.5"W x 14.4"D x 20”H (without shelf) Overall cart size is 26.9"W x 18.2"D x 34.3"H. Cart top is 26"W x 18.2"D. Inside drawer dim is 19.3"W x 13.1"D x 3.8"H. 2 slated shelves is 22.6"W x 12.9"D. Top shelf clearance of 7.5". Made of solid/composite wood in wood natural finish. Assembly required.
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Assembled Dimensions (L x W x H)
26.9" x 18.2" x 34.3"
Solid / Composite wood
Country of Origin
2 business days
Shipping Dimensions (L x W x H)
34" x 24.3" x 6.5"
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The cabinet comes with a few smaller pieces already attached. Packed together in a way that looked designed well for minimizing shifting in the box, though the hinges on the front doors were poking past their wrapping. Assembly went well, though I put a cross piece on with the backboard slot in the wrong side at first. Drawer uses a wood piece on each side to slot onto. Hinges gave me a little trouble at first, but following the recommended resolution at the end of the instructions worked great.The product itself will have a slight amount of air that can come in through the bottom slatted shelf, so not good for open food. (Not a problem for what I will be using it for.) On the whole, the assembly suggests it will hold up well if taken care of. The beams, top, and doors are solid wood, the shelves side middle panel, back panel, and shelf bottom are the thin wood-ish sheeting. It is on the smaller side, but that's clear if you check dimensions. Only two of the wheels lock, with that cheap plastic wheel locking tab.For the price, especially if you are tight on space, this is a great unit to go with. You will need one standard Phillips head screwdriver for drawer sides, door magnet, and handle screws. The rest is either pre-assembled or use the hex wrench in the package.
My wife has been lamenting for quite a while about how our kitchen doesn't have quite enough counter/cabinet space, and how nice it would be to have an island, despite also thinking that an island would just "get in the way." This seems to be the perfect solution. It matches our cabinets fairly well, and fits nearly perfectly in the space between the last cabinet and the glass slider door. The width is almost the exact same depth as our cabinets, and since it's just slightly shorter than the counter, it rests under the slight overhang of the counter very nicely.The construction was very straightforward, and much easier than many other DIY assembly furniture. One tip I will make is to take careful note of which way you put on the guide blocks for the back panel. You'll want to keep the smaller edge facing out, or the panel won't sit right. I had to swap one of them around real quick to get it right, but that was no trouble. The assembled unit is very sturdy, and I'm not terribly worried about the panels popping out of their slots, which can sometimes be an issue with this type of design.One minor modification I made, which would be nice to have a factory option for, was swapping the handle to the other side of the cart. It's set up to go on the Right side, which didn't work for us. I measured where the holes were, drilled and countersunk some new ones, and re-installed the handle on the Left side of the cabinet. It'd be nice if both sides were pre-drilled, and there were just some extra caps to put in the unused holes.Regardless, we now have just that little bit of missing counter/cabinet space, which can be tucked out of the way, or brought out to wherever in the kitchen it's needed, and we couldn't be happier with it!
This is the third Winsome product I've purchased. Yes, I like them that much!Although the directions indicate you should use two people to put this together, I did it myself in an evening, and I'm not a woodworking expert. I just know how to read directions. I put sticky notes on each piece as I identified it from the instructions, which helped a lot as I was assembling pieces later. Two of them were marked with identification stickers because they were similar but needed to be in a specific spot, and I wish they would have done this for all the pieces. It would have made things a bit easier. But that’s my only complaint and it’s a minor one.This cart is perfect for my small convection/toaster oven, and has storage behind the cabinet doors for anything I don't want out. This is a well-made, nice looking, and functional piece of furniture. It’s an excellent value – I priced other carts both locally and online, and this one was the least expensive. And since I’d purchased and assembled Winsome products already, I was sure it would be as nice as the others. I’m very pleased with this cart.
I really like the body of the cabinet as it was easy and fun to put together and the instruction were clear. The best way to put to gather the cabinet is with either a power screwdriver or a ratchet T handle screwdriver. The reason I am only going to give a three is the drawer. The drawer front has two long pin on either side holding the part where front goes on to the drawer body. The pin where loose to start with and pop out when I tried to tighten the front to the body. It’s simple fix as it just need to be glue and some screws into the drawer front. The wood is clean with no dents or scratches and wheel roll along smoothly even on a carpet. When they fix that flaw it going to be a great cart as mine is for my second computer monitor.Follow up. The cabinet when to gather surprising well with no real special tools, the problem that I had run into was two missing screws. Normally this is not a problem, but recovering from a leg wound, getting round was next to impossible. I contacted the manufacture about the two missing screws and two holes that weren’t drilled. After some e-mails, picture of where the holes were missing, a picture of the instruction, they finally agree to send me the screws, and that was October 02 2017 so technically I am still waiting. I had a friend was able to drive down and find the right screws so I could finish the cabinet. It’s a good cabinet but I didn’t need the aggravation.
Looks good and was EASY to assemble. After reading the pictorial instructions thoroughly, identifying and setting out all the wooden/hardware parts I was able to finish in 1 1/2 hours. I was DREADING putting this together after my experience with the beautiful but assembly nightmare of Convenience Concepts Designs2Go Contemporary Big Sur Highboy TV Stand.There was one tip that I kept in mind from the start: "if you get the correct top and bottom rails connected to the first side, you have the project well in hand. So pay close attention to items F, G. H. and I. Each is different." This proved to be true.The key to assembly of this cart, for me, was my B/D drill and a multi - bit screwdriver with a hex bit.I'm taking off one star for the beat up horrible shape the box was delivered in, gaping holes and the thin back part which (is supposed to) fit on the back was smashed in a couple of places. When I tried to slide that part into place it bowed - so I simply left it off. It doesn't affect the stability of the cart and I intend to keep it up against a wall and it won't be seen.Several people complained about the doors not aligning or being crooked but luckily everything fits perfectly. The drawer is a little loosey-goosey but for me it's no big deal. Overall, very happy to get my microwave off the cabinet top and onto this nice looking cart. Also has extra storage space for several sauce pans, a 5 quart dutch oven and some small appliances.