DIY: A Side Table on Wheels
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Here's a genius idea: a table on a platform and wheels. We spotted this one in the studio of Brooklyn-based designer Lotta Jansdotter, featured on Design Sponge . Read on for sources to make your own. Above: Lotta Jansdotter stores rolls of her fabric on the base of her rolling side table. Photograph via Design Sponge . Above: The unfinished wood Traditional Sofa Table with Drawer is $220.95 from Bellacor. Above: Once you've assembled your table, use Benjamin Moore's 02 Super White for a uniform look. Above: Photograph by Kitchen Resource Direct . Order a piece of plywood from your local lumber yard based on the exact dimensions of the table (o make a thicker base, order two pieces of plywood and glue together by covering one side with Elmer's glue and nailing a second sheet on top). Above L: A Rubber Medium Heavy Duty Swivel Caster is 5 inches in diameter; $26.54 at the Caster Guy. Above R: The Hard Rubber Light Medium Duty Rigid Stainless Caster is 4 inches in diameter; $16.28 at the Caster Guy. N.B. If the table is too wide, you will have to reinforce the wooden platform base, or at the very least add an extra set of wheels in the middle to support the load.