One Tip Tuesday: Furniture Casters
The caster serves up to three distinct functions, which, I believe, makes them O.T.T. worthy.
Function #1- Casters protect your floors.
Because anyone who has ever had to move anything across a room (with wood floors especially) knows the irreparable damage that can be caused if, in a state of impulsivity, one decides to shortcut the move by push-and-scoot-method, rather than going to the effort of lifting it, or in the case of very heavy items, enlisting additional pairs of arms to facilitate the transfer. You’ve tried to fix floor scratches with some spit and your thumb-pad (why do we think saliva is the ultimate cure-all?) just about enough for this lifetime, and so you slap some casters on the undersides of your furniture, and glide those babies over the sea of your floor to your heart’s content.
Function # 2- Casters are a small space solution.
If, perchance, you reside in a place of modest size (say, an egregious scam of the real estate variety, in which un-inhabitably small spaces are rented out for exorbitant sums of money per month), then adding casters to your furniture is a seriously savvy move. Doing so allows you to easily shift furniture as needed in order to accommodate various activities, additional human beings, et al.
Function #3. Casters add a stylistic element.
Add a pair of casters, and suddenly that coffee table isn’t merely there, it’s also taken on a sort of industrial appeal. Go ahead, feel a little cooler.
Get yourself some:Just the Bee’s Knees, BHG, HGTV, Kjerstis Lykke, Bolig Pluss // 2. Inspired by Charm, C.G. Sparks, IKEA, Martha Moments, Kjerstis Lykke
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Annie Traurig was born with the ability to see order through clutter. As a child, she spent playdates organizing friends’ closets and packing their duffle bags for summer camp.
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