blurring design and recycling

Traditionally, I’d never consider putting a shopping cart anywhere near my place.  And especially not where I’m eating.  But after seeing this ingenious use of two shopping carts, I’m eating my own words (no pun intended).

Wheels?  Check.  Storage?  Check.  Modern aesthetic?  Check.

With the proper countertop, you wouldn’t even notice the shopping carts at first glance.  And the use of a mini-bar underneath is great – even wine sits in the middle and wine glasses hang upside down.   I will say that I’d replace the wheels or try to go direct to buy brand new shopping carts.  I always seem to get the shopping cart that is a three wheeler and that fourth wheeler has a horrendous squeak or is fixed perpendicular to all the other wheels.

Thanks to Kitchn.


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