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Butchers trolley as breakfast bar?

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butlerchauffer Wed 01-Feb-17 09:50:31

Anyone use a butchers trolley to eat at occasionally? I fancy replacing my kitchen table with something worktop height with stools to be sociable at ( we have a dining table in an adjacent room) but not sure if the trolley needs an overhang? Nervous about going for an island in case I don't like it ( and the builder said I didn't have room tho I can easily get something 150cm x 90cm in imo ) Any advice welcome

Kiroro Wed 01-Feb-17 10:49:50

Slight overhang is better but not essential for occasional use.

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