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I made this rolling kitchen island out of pine using plans found on Ana White's website. For the top I wanted to do something different. I found a tub of wooden blocks in the storeroom; they belonged to my husband's grandfather.

The blocks were made out of all different kinds of wood. I used a plywood base and simply glued them on then added a pine edge. I love the way it looks!

The back is open halfway so that when it is pulled out it can be used as a desk or small table.

The stool is from Ana White as well.

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Comment by michael evans on July 22, 2014 at 7:34am

Nice job on the kitchen island Mary looks great ,Mick.

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