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Catskill Craftsmen Big Island Butcher Block Kitchen Cart in Natural Finish Sale

Catskill Craftsmen Big Island Butcher Block Kitchen Cart in Natural Finish



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Refined, classical elegance comes to your kitchen space with the Catskill Craftsmen Big Island. The locked casters make this unit an easy, mobile addition to your home. Make something absolutely delicious with the Big Island.


  • Cart has solid domestic hardwood top, legs, braces, doors, drawer and towel bars
  • Cart has finely matched veneer sides, back and shelves
  • Cart has silver decorative drawer/door handles
  • Oil finish
  • Full, 4" deep drawer with raised profile on heavy duty full extension glides
  • Solid raised panel doors on both sides
  • Adjustable middle shelf
  • Towel bars/handles on both ends
  • Locking casters
  • Can be shipped UPS


  • Top dimensions: 36" W x 30" D
  • Overall dimensions: 34" H x 36" W x 30" D
SKU: 63036
Assembly: Assembly Required
Supplier Intended Use: Residential Use Only; Not Intended for Non-Residential Use.
Kitchen Cart 34.5"H x 36"W x 30"D 116 lbs
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Catskill Craftsmen was founded in 1948 in Stamford, New York. With many years in the industry, Catskill Craftsmen became one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of kitchen products and work centers. The company is privately held.

Catskill Craftsmen Kitchen Cart

Of all the items they produce, the Catskill Craftsmen kitchen carts and Catskill Craftsmen kitchen islands are the company’s best known products. All their products are made from American hardwood, mostly birch and hard rock maple. The kitchen carts and islands are RTA (ready to assemble). Other popular products include the Catskill Craftsmen cutting board and butcher block.

A Green Company

Catskill Craftsmen is environmentally conscious and changed their business to reflect this mindset. In 1994, the company built a wood pellet mill on site that would process all the waste wood (sawdust, shavings and other waste materials generated during the manufacturing process) into wood pellet fuel to be used in pellet stoves. They have a “generate no wood waste” philosophy. The hardwoods that the company uses are self-sustaining and non-endangered.