Microwave Cart Ideas & Pictures
The Versatile Microwave Cart Offers Extra Kitchen Storage
The microwave cart lets you get this large appliance off your counters and into its own dedicated corner of the kitchen.
In addition to providing a home for the microwave, these carts usually feature drawers and shelves, so they add to your overall kitchen storage. This makes them a practical addition to many homes.
Shelves, Drawers, or Cabinets on Your Microwave Cart? - Which is better for your needs?
A microwave cart does more than provide a home for this oft used kitchen appliance. Most carts have features such as drawers and shelves and cabinets (or a combination) in addition to a table top or cubby for the microwave.
Before you select your cart decide whether you want open storage or closed storage.
Drawers are great for storing small objects. Shelves can be ideal if you need storage for pots and pans or small appliances.
If you're a clutter bug, however, you may want to opt for cabinets, since you can shut away the storage area from view. Nobody wants to look at your haphazardly stacked pitcher collection. This is when doors can be a blessing.
Below you'll find different cart ideas, so scroll down and check them out!
Wood Microwave Cart with Drawer and Cabinet - A microwave cart for those who like to hide their clutter
Not only does this cart provide an off-the-counter place for the microwave, but it has hidden storage below.
Place utensils, cups, or other small kitchen items in the drawer, and stick your larger items in the cabinet below. Since all the storage space is hidden behind doors, you don't have to worry about keeping anything tidy!
Affordable Chrome Microwave Cart with Open Shelves - This microwave cart won't break the bank!
If you don't want to spend $100 and more for a microwave cart, this chrome model is an affordable alternative.
It's less than $50 but still offers a spot for your microwave, and open shelving below increases your kitchen storage space.
A utensil rack on the side gives you a place to hang spoons, spatulas and the like.
Finally, casters on the bottom make it easy to move in a pinch (they lock in place for stability too).