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Judy Cornwell from Toronto, ON– Verified Buyer
Instructions for assembly could have been a little clearer - however, the cart is exactly what we wanted and expected.
Barbara from Waynesville, NC– Verified Buyer
The only things wrong with this beautiful cart are
excellent quality, ideal for our purpose
rsqd from los angeles
used primarily to help store food in the wine room when there is not adequate refrigerator space for a large party
Exactly what I wanted
BMRRRRR girl from Belleville On. Canada
I am using this cart as a laundry sorting, folding and storage table.It is perfect and is of excellent quality.
the right pick for me
Now we're cooking from Montreal
I have a galley kitchen layout that opens to my living space, so design was as important as practicality -which is why I opted for an all stainless design, rather than a butcher block top.
nice piece--very sturdy and well made
dixielover from north texas
we replaced old cabinet grade island with this smaller one so that we could have more space in the kitchen. Also we like the openness of it--it makes the space look larger.
hipchic2 from new york, ny– Verified Buyer
I use my 24" square cutting board on top of the stainless steel top--it adds so much more workspace to my kitchen!
Stainless Steel Kitchen Cart
J. Bottone from Wellesley, MA
While we absolutely love, and I mean love, the totally assembled Danver stainless steel kitchen cart, can't believe we lived without this product for so long! - still I have to admit that assembly was far from easy. Of course, matters weren't helped by some wood screws being missing and some of the pre-drilled holes not being exact, but given that I have a fairly handy husband and by luck, an appropriately stocked tool box, he was able to put together this terrific piece. And again, even with the lengthy asssembly time and some problems therein, I'd highly recommend the quality and appearance of the Danver finished product. My only caution: Assembly is not for the inexperienced or for those lacking in pure brute strength. Stainless is heavy, folks. But it's beautiful, easy to clean, and a real quality piece, so for us, well worth the trouble.
Anonymous from New Hampshire
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