The popular piece is useful in literally every room of the house.
Cabinet overflow can be a problem for big families, so tuck your everyday pantry staples into the easy-grab caddies. You can roll the cart to the counter for prep, barely removing food containers from their home.
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The open design is handy for storing cooking supplies, too — and wheels help make a less-than-functional kitchen layout more manageable.
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The Raskog comes in a sleek gray hue (and takes spray paint well, too), so it works well as an understated, Mad Men-esque bar cart in the living room.
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Of course, the light blue shade is the perfect base for a cheery craft cart — this one is stocked with a bevy of crochet supplies.
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We can't all have rooms devoted to our hobbies, but the cute cart turns any corner into a place to sew. Feeling hack-y? Flip the top bin to ensure a flat, steady surface for your machine.
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This clever blogger used the cart to categorize her beauty routine — and even doctored the side with a bin for her hot tools.
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The tidy bins keep additional towels and toilet paper within easy reach.
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For moms who need to get baby dressed and out the door fast (read: all of them), the Raskog's no-drawer style and wheels are like an extra helping hand.
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Since lunch bins, food containers, and extra on-the-go supplies never seem to have a rightful home in your permanent cabinets, dedicate a cart to the items instead.
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Painted a cheery yellow, the cart brightens a living room corner — and is just waiting to stash your remote control, too.
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The Raskog is stylish, but still decidedly utilitarian, which makes it the perfect place to both pot and show off a collection of succulents.
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To keep story time spontaneous (but ensure books won't clutter every free corner of your house), file your kids' favorite reads in the deep bins.
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