Towel holder on one side and spice rack on another side
Can be assembled without towel holder and spice rack
Assembly time is about 1 hour 30 minutes
Drawer: 6.25 inches high x 11.75 inches wide x 10.25 inches deep
Cabinet: 29.25 inches high x 25.75 inches wide x 13.5 inches deep
Cart top (without drop leaf): 44 inches wide x 18 inches deep
Overall (with drop leaf up): 35.75 inches high x 53.75 inches wide x 29 inches deep
Dimensions (Overall): 35.75 inches (H) x 53.75 inches (W) x 29 inches (D)
Material: Rubberwood (Frame)
Weight: 103 pounds
Assembly Details: Adult assembly required, tools not provided
Number of Shelves: 2
Primary item stored: Glassware, Dishes
Number of doors: 2
Item Number (DPCI): 249-04-2725
Who doesn’t need more storage space? The Sundance Kitchen Cart provides that and more. Locking wheels allow you to roll where needed and then easily stay in place. The natural top provides space for entertaining; two doors keep cookware stored below hidden from view and three utility drawers are there for organizing your smaller items. Not to be overlooked are the towel holder and spice rack that allows you to keep everything clean and at hand. The gray finish is a perfect complement to any variety of décor.
The fold-up leaf does not work as it should. If a person puts just alight amount of weight on it, which is common when sitting at a counter, the entire top pops off. I was so disappointed, as this seating was the main reason I purchased the island. It looks nice and has good storage. I am going to try and modify the design to give the top a permanent setting with a decorative L-bracket underneath the fold-up counter, as well as come up with a way to actually screw the top down.
Great island. The leaf extends easily and is sturdy. Able to fit lots of kitchen appliances in it, stand mixer, blender, Waffle maker and more. My only complaint is that the drawers are not very big, not big enough for a box of foil.
I am in love with this Kitchen Cart! I searched everywhere to find the perfect color/size that would go well in my kitchen. I could not find anything in gray that actually had storage, every style I liked only came in white, black, or wood so I was excited when I came across this one. At the time I purchased there were only a couple of reviews which were very helpful...I followed the advice to make sure and have a power drill handy rather than using a hand screwdriver & to lay all pieces out with the letters/numbers easily accessible--those 2 tips were a lifesaver when putting it together. It took my husband and I about an hour and a half to 2 hours to complete. When I made the purchase I didn't realize it had a leaf so that was a surprise when I read another review about how flimsy it is. Luckily for us we did not have the same experience, the leaf portion isn't the absolute sturdiest by any stretch, but it is absolutely useable and convenient to have. For the price and quickness of delivery this is a great product and I would definitely recommend!
The cart is sturdy, easy enough to build and the finish is nice. The measurements are where I have an issue. The only true one is height. All others are including the attachments (spice and towel holder), which for me is misleading. Both the cart itself and the holders should be listed in the measurements.
Don't purchase if you want to use the leaf portion.
2 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
KF7 - 2 years ago, Verified purchaser
Received the shipment in great time ( Free , Shipping) But then had to wait another week for missing parts to be sent. If you are purchasing this to use the leaf- Do not bother- There is no way you could put any weight or a dish on the leaf. Even with nothing on it it is useless. We couldn't use what it was intended for since the leaf was not sturdy. But we didn't want to take it apart and return it. So we took the paper towel rack off and replaced an older storage counter/ island in the kitchen. Color is nice and the storage is good.
We like this cart a lot! Once assembled it has provided a lot of additional storage and prep space. A few things to consider: 1. You will want to use some kind of electric screwdriver or drill with a Phillips head attachment. Some things can be done simply with a screwdriver but the majority will be much easier with some power added! 2. It comes in easily 100 parts between shelves, sides, wheels, screws, dowels, etc. but if you sort them properly before assembly it’s not too bad! 3. Having another person helping you is good; I was able to put most pieces together by myself but the husband helped hold things in place as I assembled. 4. I recommend sealing the wooden top with something in addition to the finish it arrives with. We used beeswax oil I think. Ask a hardware store and they should be able to provide assistance. We found this seals out moisture better and we haven’t seen a ring or anything left by coffee mugs and such. In all, it seems to be fairly sturdy. We have it on carpet and that sometimes makes it harder to roll. I need to figure out how to even up the cabinet doors but that could be user error!