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Glenville Small Black Kitchen Cart with Butcher Block Top and Locking Wheels (24" W )

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  • Uniquely designed cart adds functional space to your kitchen
  • Choose from Black, White, or Grey, each with a butcher block top
  • Keep your kitchen essentials organized and handy
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Assembled Depth (in.)
15.75 in
Assembled Height (in.)
34.25 in
Assembled Width (in.)
23.75 in
Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Length (in.)
24 in
Product Width (in.)


Cabinet Construction
Cart Type
Color Family
Black with Natural Wood Top
Finish Family
Frame Material
Cutting Board,Doors,Drawers,Locking Casters,Shelf,Utensil Hooks
Kitchen Product Type
Kitchen Cart
Number of Drawers
Number of Exterior Shelves
Number of Interior Shelves
Number of Wheels
Top Material

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CARB Compliant,CARB Compliant,EPA Approved,EPA Approved
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Product Overview

Bring modern style to your space with the Glenville Small Black Kitchen Cart. The midnight blue finish paired with a butcher block top provide this cart with a flexible style that pairs well with any home. The small size of this cart offers a great small-space solution with additional storage and counter space for tight spaces. The satin hardware offers a contemporary look, while the cabinet and drawer keep utensils and pantry items neatly out of sight. Use the towel bar and hooks to organize potholders, dishtowels and aprons. A sturdy wood counter does double duty as a cutting board, saving space on your kitchen counters. Featuring locking casters, this Glenville single-door cart moves easily from room to room and stays put as you prep meals.
  • Rolling kitchen cart features a contemporary look
  • Drawer and cabinet provide concealed storage
  • Locking casters ensure secure placement
  • Top surface serves as a cutting board
  • Satin-finish hardware delivers a sleek accent
  • Cart measures 34.3 in. H x 23.75 in. W x 15.75 in. D
  • Perfect for expanding workspace in your kitchen
  • Packaged Dimension: 10.3 in. H x 35.5 in. W x 23 in. D
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Kitchen Product TypeKitchen Cart
Number of Drawers1121
Product Depth (in.)15.7517.7218.518.75
Top MaterialWoodWoodWoodWood
Product Width (in.)23.7526.893132.5
Product Height (in.)34.2534.023635.5
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  • 4.6
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  • 88% recommend this product
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I spent 2 days trying to post a detailed reviews, photos and all. Site did not work. Very frustra...
I spent 2 days trying to post a detailed reviews, photos and all. Site did not work. Very frustrating. My take-away from reading all the reviews and then confronting a useless website designed to do nothing but sell, was that customer service in stores and for online are beneath disgusting or non-existent. I actually did get someone on the phone, to be fair, when I needed to be sure of the dimensions for this cart, because there was an obvious error online (listing in one seller photo of dimensions, incorrect width, for the 2 door rather than one. Bought after confirming. So many buyers, so many clearly talented carpenters and DIY'ers, cheerful slow-but-steady instructions-followers, and plenty of folks either at their wits end due to the material quality, lack of clear instruction on some details which many had problems with, and inability to get replacement or missing parts. All that said, and now enjoying the finished cart (and getting some compliments on it), as my palm heals from lots of manual assembly (screwdriver, espcially). So I'll not even try to replicate my initial review which could not be posted. Now I got this request to review (a month later) and I've had a chance to chew on it, highs & lows and general take. First, assembly is not "simple" even for good directions followers, unless accustomed to carpentry. But it's not impossible. I put it together solo (semi-quarantine time) and managed the door being perfectly flush by putting it on its back and finding a box to help position it as I screwed the hinge in. Both the door and drawer are perfect, and the drawer just easily slid into place. I followed the little cutout diagram to place the guide correctly, and it did work, nothing "backwards". But that's me, now... maybe they updated the instructions. ("Who knows?") Assembly method is easy to follow with numbered parts, steps, and hardware packs. But at one point the number of anchors and pegs before me didn't match the number of holes, and the instructions diagram did not shed any light. So... Mostly seamless though, snug construction even without one peg somewhere I guess. Wheels great, looks great. Only casualty of the "cheap" material was one hole creating a small split as I tightened the screw. Fortunately in the back, out of view, and easily touched up. As for the wood, yes, "unfinished". Rough? Not really, it's clearly not (poly) smooth, but I'm keeping it "natural" for now, for food contact, though probably won't cut on it. It does *look* nice, although there is a pattern on it (some "cut" edges of "wood slats") which some may find a bit hokey or "cheap". Of the few who have seen mine so far, people say "nice"! and it's functional, rolls easily, stores a bunch of stuff, and that's about the story. (My "short version", lucky for readers.). The reviews almost all ring true for me, including the variability in how the many people buying this will view it as "easy" or not. Not elegant, not flimsy. "Just right" on the money for this bargain price, and only time will tell how it holds up.
by NYer
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Perfect for crafting
I had previously purchased the larger 2 door cart of this same style and love it, but was in need of further surface and cabinet storage for my craft room which also doubles as my bedroom. I needed storage that would not completely dominate my room and i wanted it to match what I already had. I had in mind that i would just get the same thing but it was out of stock so I went with these smaller ones. They are perfect! One of the best features of this put-together-yourself furniture is how well laid out each step is. Everything is labeled well with no guess work at all! It really was fun putting them together. I certainly wish all manufacturers were this thorough!
by Klh
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    StyleWell Glenville Single Kitchen Cart
    Very happy about purchase. Precission fit materials. . Clear illustrated instructions and parts made easy assymbly.
    by Roger
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      Perfect Spacesaving Kitchen Cart
      Arrived in perfect condition..well packaged. Instructions well illustrated and clear. Lots of storage for a small cart.
      by AJ
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        1 person found this helpful
        Cabinetmaker approved
        I bought two of these units for building out a camper van conversion. I'm completely happy with the product. Given the price, even with my complete shop, I couldn't come close for value. The materials and components alone would have cost me more than what I paid here. The went together with amazing accuracy and are satisfyingly strong. About 20 minutes to put together using basic tools. I modified them a bit for my purposes, leaving off the castors and reversing the swing of one of the doors. I've been using them for 4 months, and have no regrets.
        by Kurt
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          7 people found this helpful
          Perfect as a coffee bar! Super easy to assemble too....
          Perfect as a coffee bar! Super easy to assemble too.
          by HomeDepotCustomer
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          3 people found this helpful
          This low quality cabinet is too expensive. I could see daylight between the back and side panel after assembly. A hinge screw was missing from the parts package. A shelf hanger clip was useless. The metal hooks are cheaply forged metal with rust pits already. The wood top is unfinished and rough. This product should be 40% less in price.
          by IslandLibertarian
            5 people found this helpful
            About the Draw
            This cart was the perfect size for my kitchen however the draw doesn’t go in easily because the picture in the instructions doesn’t tell you that you NEED to lay the cart down on its back to install the draw. I called Home Depot got transferred 6 times was told a manager would call me back and no one ever called. Also the towel rack screws are super loose holding. I had to use different screws. I put my kitchen aid mixer on it, the only thing is when I turn on the mixer the whole piece shakes not the best quality but it’ll do for now. It looks great though.
            by Sasha
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              7 people found this helpful
              I buy a lot of cheap furniture...
              I’ve bought and assembled dozens of pieces of furniture since my college days so I have some experience with frustrating assembly. I’m also a 100lb so sometimes I have to get some help lifting things. This was a breeze compared to some of the others. It took me between 1 and 1.5 hours with 3 little kids running around, using a screwdriver from a utility knife, and a headache. A couple times I had my husband assist, like holding the door while I screwed it in, but it could have been done alone if he wasn’t around. The holes were all where they should be and I was pleasantly surprised the some hardware was already attached. The final product seems very sturdy for the price especially compared to some of the other cheap furniture I’ve purchased. It’s not a hiding spot for hide-and-seek (which I was asked in the first 30 seconds after assembling) but it will certainly hold heavier kitchen items as opposed to children. The corners can hurt heads that are counter height (see image) but it’s also a great pacifier holder.
              by EmilyR
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                7 people found this helpful
                I'm torn between recommending and not recommending the Glenville Grey Single Kitchen Cart. The wo...
                I'm torn between recommending and not recommending the Glenville Grey Single Kitchen Cart. The wood parts -- sides, back, bottom, door, shelf, and drawer pieces -- were extremely well packaged in the shipping box. The directions and drawings for assembly were the best I've ever seen. All the bolts and cams were neatly organized and shrink-wrapped on sturdy cardboard. All the predrilled holes were properly aligned except for one, but I was able to push it into position (and I don't have a lot of hand strength). I thought the door and side panels could have been a bit sturdier. The door doesn't quite hang right no matter how much I fuss with the hinges; if it really bothered me I would use a shim under the bottom hinge. The deal-breaker for me is the color; it's not grey, it's green-ish! It does not at all match my kitchen (color nor style), so I will probably give it away. From now on, I will stick to white. Or maybe navy, just for contrast. Thanks.
                by jamae
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                6 people found this helpful
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