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Counter Chic: Industrial Work Bench on Wheels

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Counter Chic: Industrial Work Bench on Wheels

Sarah Lonsdale March 21, 2013

We like the versatility of a work bench on wheels—great for small spaces but equally useful in larger ones. West Elm has come up with a covetable industrial version that includes a blackened-steel top comes and solid wood shelves with two bars on either side for hanging tea towels, pans, and the like.

Above:The Design Workshop Metal Top Bar is $2,299 and the Design Workshop Metal Top Counter is $2,399 from West Elm. The carts are made in the USA with solid steel tops with a blackened finish.

Above: The solid oak comes from the mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee and has a natural lime finish.

Want to see the Ultimate Chef's Work Table? That said, the oak and steel table at March is a close contender.

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