Does owning a cart imply that you have a lot of space and you need something to transport your riches around vast living quarters? Too much space is not a luxury I "suffer" from, but I picture these trolleys and carts in vast condo lofts. Alternatively, they'd make an excellent way for artists to transport their supplies around easily.
Here are some carts I found online that I'd enjoy rolling around my imaginary loft:
|1) Industrial metal cart (circa 1950) from styledevie.com|
2) Wood and iron utility cart from Sierra Living Concepts
|3) Vintage wire laundry cart on casters from ethanollie on SellSimply.com|
4) Another cool cart from styledevie.com
|5) Poul Hundvad teak serving cart from scandinavianmod.com|
6) Vintage mail cart from my shop, kipkoo.ca
When I saw the vintage mail cart at an auction, I couldn't help picturing the breathtakingly beautiful Joan Harris (Christina Hendricks) from Mad Men pushing something like this around the office. Though I suppose technically that's probably not in her job description, I couldn't help picturing it!
|The cart and clock shown here are available at kipkoo.ca (Joan Harris not included).|