This beautiful rolling kitchen island is a combination of metal work and wood but would be well worth the trouble. Here is how to build it.
Start with a stock cabinet and finish with this handsome cart featuring storage behind closed doors on one side and open shelving on the other side.
This cart is small enough to tuck away in an unused space in your kitchen when not in use. Build this kitchen cart with these free woodworking plans.
This mobile kitchen island will give you extra prep space and can be put to the side when not in use.
This piece of furniture can be used for a kitchen island, serving cart, or even a workbench. Its fold out wings and wheels make it extra special and mobile.
This kitchen island can be easily rolled out of the way when not needed. Here is how to build one.
This outdoor kitchen island is built from cedar and has lots of storage as well as room for a sink.
If you have a large walk in closet, build yourself an island for storage. No one says this island could not work in a kitchen as well.
Although the turned legs give this kitchen island the appearance of a table, this is an island 36 inches high or standard counter height.
A fine kitchen island has something to fool your eyes.