There are bar carts and office chairs, typical examples of furniture on wheels — bar carts for accessibility while you entertain and office chairs so you can zip around your work space. But what about dining room tables, beds, and lighting on wheels? Even coffee tables and statement pieces can take a spin around your rooms.Whether you buy a pre-wheelin' piece or want to put store-bought or antique casters
on an object you own, you'll find that they add a playful punch of mobility and versatility to your living spaces.
1. A bed on wheels in the Caperton House designed by Fernau + Hartman Architects.
2. Top: Table with wheels by Gae Aulenti, available at the MoMA Store. Bottom: Tour Table by Gae Aulenti, available at Hive Modern.
3. An awesome table made of salvaged cedar perched on industrial casters, from Urban Hardwoods in Seattle.
4. The Flip Table by Antonio Citterio, available at the MoMA Store.
5. The Beacon Floor Lamp from CB2.
6. Aldo Tura Lacquered Goatskin Bar Cart, available from Oliver Modern at 1stdibs.com.
7. An inspiring work table on wheels, from John Dummer Fotografie. Image found at Desire to Inspire.
8. The Flintstone table by Franco Raggi, from Zues-Noto.