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When I turned 65 my wife and I moved to Corpus Christi and downsized from a large (4,000 sq. ft.) home to a smaller home. The home has a very small kitchen. There are about four appliances (air fryer, waffle maker, crock pot, Kitchen Aid mixer) which we do not have room for in the kitchen and we have to store them in a guest bedroom closet. Since my wife is height-challenged it means they rarely get used. She would like to have a rolling cart on which to store the appliances. I would like to build one for her. I would like to build an open rolling appliance cart with two shelves and a butcher block top. First, does anyone know where I might rustle up a set of plans. Second, if not, what type of joinery would you recommend for the post and shelves?

Thank you.

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