Choose Furniture On Wheels If You Want Mobility

One of the things that make an interior décor functional and beautiful is the fact it’s also flexible and leaves room for changes. This aspect concerns everything but mostly the furniture. It has to be functional and it has to be beautiful but if you truly want it to be perfect it doesn’t hurt for it to also be flexible in some way. We’re now talking specifically about furniture on wheels which is practical for several reasons. We’ve selected relevant and beautiful examples for each of the following categories.

Tables on wheels.

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The most common type of table that usually has wheels is the coffee table. This makes it very functional because you can move it around and change its location when guests come over or when you simply want to clear some space for something else. This particular table has a simple design with a top made of glass and medium-sized wheels.

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Coffee tables that have wheels don’t necessarily have to be modern although most of them are. This is another nice example of a coffee table with a simple design and practical wheels. The color contrast between the white top and the black wheels is strong but also simple and classical.

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But other types of tables can also have wheels. This, for example, is similar to a breakfast table usually found in the kitchen. In this case it’s part of an office’s décor. Both the table and the chairs have wheels so interaction is made very easy and this way the décor is also flexible.

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There is also another type of table that we haven’t discussed yet: the dining table. A dining table on wheels can be a nice option for those homes were space is limited and there isn’t a separate room that can be called a dining room. The table can be brought into the living room whenever it’s necessary while the rest of the time it can stay in the kitchen or home office.

Islands on wheels.

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In the kitchen it’s always for the interior décor to be practical and space-efficient. It’s why mobile kitchen islands are usually very appreciated. They can be moved around and they’re usually also used as tables, prep surfaces or bars. This kitchen island, for example, is part of an open space and it can be easily moved from the kitchen to the living area if necessarily.

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A mobile kitchen island would also be very useful in a small kitchen. For example, this one also serves as a dining table and, in addition, it also has lots of storage space in all the drawers and on the shelves. It’s compact and it’s very practical, not to mention quite good-looking as well.

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But, when you think about it, large kitchens could also benefit from a kitchen island on castors or wheels. This one is small and very simple and this makes it very versatile. It can be used for a variety of purposes. It can be a breakfast table, an end table, a prep surface or even a serving table. It’s efficient to be able to move it around so easily.

Ottomans on wheels.

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The ottoman is already a very versatile and practical piece of furniture so if you also put it on wheels you only make it better. An ottoman like the ones in the image can also serve as a coffee table replacement. It can also be a footstool or a multi-functional piece of furniture to be used for all sorts of purposes.

The desk and chair combo.

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In the office, chairs on castors are the most practical. They allow you move with ease whenever you want to interact with someone else or to simply change your position. But what if the desk had wheels as well? Then the freedom will be increased and you’ll have an even more functional work space.

Outdoor furniture on wheels.

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The main advantage of having mobile outdoor furniture is that you get to move it around and to change your location according to that of the sun or that you can simply choose the exact spot where you want to sit and put your chair and table there. It’s all so simple and practical and it’s all thanks to those little wheels.

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