The Mario Utility Cart in natural finish is a useful addition to your kitchen providing storage for dishware and knives and also functions as a workable surface. Use the pull out cutting board to prepare your meals and keep your towels and knives close in the attached holders. Dishware and glasses easily store on the two slatted shelves and the entire cart is mobile with the included casters. The overall size is 33.1"W x 20.4"D x 31.9"H with a table top dimension of 27"W x 20.4"D. The pull out cutting board is 14.5"W x 16.1"D and the two shelves below are 26.9"W x 15.9"D with a top shelf clearance of 11.4" and bottom shelf clearance of 12.7". The cart is made of solid and composite wood in a natural finish. Assembly required. Overall cart size is 33.2"W x 20.5"D x 32"H. Cart table top surface is 27"W x 20.5"D. Pull out cutting board is 14.5"W x 16.1"D. Includes knife block and cart handle doubles as a towel rack. Two slated shelves are 27"W x 16"D each. Top shelf clearance 11.5" and bottom is 12.7".
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33.19" x 20.47" x 31.93"
Solid / Composite wood
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35.75" x 21.5" x 6"
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This kitchen cart exceeded my expectations! I bought this to be used as a prep stations since I don’t have much counter space and its perfect. It even lets me keep my potatoes, onions, and pressure cooker on hand.It says “two person assembly” but I assembled it alone with a drill in 30 mins (be careful you don’t go to hard and strip the holes out). It has heavy wood pieces that were individually wrapped for protection during travel and didn’t wobble at all when completed.If you’re tall then you may want something taller if you plan to use it as a prep station but I am 5’2” and it comes to my lower waist which is perfect for me to chop veggies, roll biscuits, and see inside my pressure cooker when I’m adding ingredients.
Bought and assembled this for a friend. This little cart is pretty good-sized, although I wish there was drawer space.Easy to assemble. You'll need a second pair of hands to hold the shelving in place to align the screws while installing both shelves.Some of the pre-drilled holes were too large for the screws and were immediately stripped. I ended up using wood glue in a couple of them to secure things. The (removable) cutting board that comes with it is nice.One weird drawback: the wheels don't snap into place securely for some strange reason. They just kinda "rest in the hole" so when you flip the cart over they fall out. The good news is there's no reason to do anything other than roll on them so even as is they're okay, but that's kind of a strange design flaw. I'll try a rubber mallet soon to see if more pressure is what was needed and report back shortly.I may even Gorilla Glue them into place if the mallet is ineffective.
Deborah Hagler Wong
Took me about 45 minutes to assemble this cart. Comes with an Allen wrench (hex wrench), the only tool you will need to put it together. Propped the legs on some pillows and boxes until everything was screwed in. The hardest part was putting in the casters, took some force to get them to snap in. Once they were properly snapped in, the cart rolled o.k. for awhile, then one caster failed (the two casters with brakes were off the brake, so they should have rolled smoothly). Also, one of the slats on the shelf fell off when unwrapping (tiny nails hold these on). Another drawback to the unit is that the chopping block easily slides out, if the cart is tipped or you pull too hard on the chopping block. Easier for us to just pull the block out completely. Otherwise a great value for the money.
Bought this for the idea of half bath's counter, really like after I stained it to white color????
I've noticed a number of people have asked about this cart's compatibility with the SPT Countertop Dishwasher, specifically about whether the dishwasher would fit in one of the lower shelves. I have found that it does!!... with some work. I bought this cart for my SPT countertop dishwasher, knowing that, while this cart's dimensions are larger than most others on the market, it wouldn't fit the dishwasher on the lower shelf without some customization. The SPT dishwasher measures about 21.5 inches wide and 17.5 inches high. If you assemble this cart using the pre-drilled holes provided, the space between shelves is quite a bit shorter than the dishwasher's height, and the width between the legs is 21 inches (just half an inch too narrow to fit the dishwasher!). So I decided to buy it, hoping that with my power drill I could finagle a way fit the dishwasher. I'm glad I did!The following is a description of how I put together the utility cart so it would fit the dishwasher. You could likely find your own way to configure the cart so that it would fit the dishwasher or another large appliance, just know you will most likely need a power drill (with assorted drill bits), and you will need to measure very carefully. I hope this is helpful (and not too confusing).Here's what I did: First I used a hacksaw to saw off the handle/towel bar that is attached to the tabletop of the cart (which I've seen others do), since I didn't have much use for it and it took up space. This step is optional and doesn’t affect how the dishwasher or other large appliance would fit.Second, instead of lining up the four legs with the predrilled holes in the tabletop, I aligned the pair of legs on the short side opposite of where the knife holder would be with the edge of the crossbar that is attached to the underside of the tabletop (so the edge of the leg is flush with the cross bar's edge). Using a drill bit that closely matched the diameter of the predrilled holes, I drilled two new holes into the cross bar on the tabletop and used the predrilled holes in the leg to attach this first pair of legs. I aligned the other pair of legs (on the side where the knife holder is installed) with the predrilled holes and attached them without drilling any new holes. This new configuration gave me about an additional 3/4 of a inch in width-- just enough to allow for the dishwasher to fit between the legs. I had to be careful to not place the legs too wide under the tabletop so that I was still able to attach the shelves, which are slightly narrower than the tabletop and there is less room to work with.Next, I installed the bottom shelf. I attached the short side of the shelf opposite of the knife holder using the predrilled holes in the legs and the shelf. To attach the other end of the shelf (toward the end with the knife holder), I drilled one hole in the middle of the predrilled holes of shelf (don’t drill into the leg). I then aligned the inside predrilled hole in the leg with the middle hole in the shelf, attaching that side with one screw. One screw seems to be plenty enough support to hold my dishwasher.Next, the second shelf. As mentioned before, there isn’t enough height between the shelves to allow for the dishwasher, so I had to drill new holes in the legs and the shelves to install the upper shelf a bit above the predrilled holes. It’s possible you can leave out this step and forego installing this second shelf altogether, but I opted to keep it as it does add some stability to the cart and gives me a place to keep the dishwasher hoses and cord out of sight. I drilled one hole in the center of the two legs opposite the knife holder side about 19 inches above the bottom shelf. I was able to countersink the holes to match the other predrilled holes in the legs by drilling about halfway with a larger bit first, followed by the smaller bit that matched the screw size in the center of the first hole. This also allowed me to use the wooden plugs to cover these new holes when I was finished. I then drilled a screw sized hole between the two predrilled holes in the shelves (on the side opposite the knife holder) and attached the screws through the new holes. On the side with the knife holder, I drilled one new hole (countersink) in each leg (19 inches about the bottom shelf) so that it lined up with the outer (left) predrilled hole in the shelf. These holes will not appear center in the leg, but that’s okay, it just needs to line up with the holes in the shelves (see first picture) I used only one screw to attach each of the four legs to the upper shelf, which is plenty for me since this upper shelf will not be holding much weight.Last, but not least, sliding the dishwasher into place! I installed the castors, then, with some effort and the help of my boyfriend, slid the dishwasher into place. Let’s just say, it was a tight/close fit, but I manage to slide it in without damaging the appliance and without much (if any) room to spare to the sides of the dishwasher. The dishwasher is a bit deeper than the depth of the shelves, but it works perfectly so that the door of the dishwasher just hangs over enough to open it easily. I'd say it fits perfectly.Considering I needed the extra counter space this cart provides and that I refuse to put the dishwasher on top of the cart, the extra work is worth it. The best part is, even after customizing the cart (and with imperfect drilling), it is still very sturdy. It holds the dishwasher securely, and I’m confident it will do so for the long haul. Plus it looks great and everything still visually lines up nicely.TL;DR: This cart does fit the SPT countertop dishwasher on its shelves, but with some work, careful measuring, and a power drill with assorted drill bits. It’s worth the extra work as this cart remains sturdy after customizing it to fit the dishwasher or any other large appliance. Nice looking, sturdy utility cart, perfect for the SPT countertop dishwasher if you measure carefully and are willing and able to do a little extra work to customize its size.