Kitchen trolley. Natural finish. Bamboo and engineered wood
construction. Eco friendly. Add extra storage space. Drawer for utensils. Two metal baskets perfect for holding fruits and vegetables. Castors to make moving easy. Assembly required. Overall dimensions: 35.5" H x ...
Put this together in about 2-3 hours. It's great in our kitchen for extra storage and counter space. Looks beautiful. A little difficult to wheel but we won't be moving it much.
- Sarah in New York, NY
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