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Those of us with a mild obsession for re-organization have often thought about how much simpler life would be if every piece of furniture had wheels. That’s a heck of a lot easier than hitting the pull-up bar and squat machine each day so that lugging large dining tables around the house is a cinch. On the other hand, caster creations must be solid enough as to not sail across the room when situations (puppies, kids, immature friends, etc.) get a little rowdy.
The second is a handmade, 55-lb cocktail table with a table-to-wheel ratio almost equivalent to that of a monster truck. The aluminum caster wheels of the Caster Coffee Table by Commonhouse Furniture come with lockable brakes and are a colossal 8” in size. Plainly stated, the Caster Coffee Table measures 24”L x 48”W x 13”H and is great for storing reading materials in its slim pockets beneath the tabletop, as well as moving around the room to tackle hard to vacuum spots underneath it on your rug.
Thanks to a couple of great new table designs with casters of hefty weight – using high quality wheels and reliable hardware – we’ve seen a resurgence of gorgeous and functional surfaces that can be shifted around to your ever-shifting interior delight. The first is the Steel Foundation Desk/Table that our team here at Rypen recently created and released at the Dwell on Design event in Los Angeles this year. It comes in your choice of raw steel, glossy blue, satin black, matte white or juicy purple colorways, and may be ordered with an optional set of casters for pain-free reconfigurations as a table or desk throughout the home.
The next time anyone you know considers a weighty marble coffee table for their living room or a solid wood desk for the office, ask them to consider employing some intelligent foresight into the caster-wheeled table comparison. To choose a table too heavy to move is like purposely not keeping shears in the bathroom or not stocking up on your favorite candy every time you go to the grocery store. While we love the idea of “built-to-last”, we desire a brand new look, and the taste of something scrumptious… we’re only human. Stick with the caster wheels.