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3 stylish takes on the
RÅSKOG utility cart

01-Aug-2016
Tap RÅSKOG into a search engine and it’s quick to see that happily you love the cart as much as we do. Here’s a couple of ways our interior designer, Amanda Rodriguez, would love to try it out.
A collage of pictures showing different activities and styles of RÅSKOG utility cart
RÅSKOG utility cart being used as an art station for painting and supplies
RÅSKOG utility cart being used as an art station with hooks for hanging painting supplies
1. WHEN CREATIVITY COMES CALLING you’ll want to have your tools alongside you. Amanda customized RÅSKOG with extra hooks for art equipment. Don’t worry about a few paint splatters either, we think it just adds to the character.
RÅSKOG utility cart being used as an indoor garden filled with succulents and cactus.
RÅSKOG utility cart being used as an indoor garden filled with succulents and cactus.
2. WE’VE LONG LOVED UTILITY CARTS as movable gardening stations, but we like this take with an actual garden in the top shelf. It’s just made with the help of a baking tray to protect the cart and catch the water.
RÅSKOG utility cart being used for carrying drinks, books and music for relaxing.
RÅSKOG utility cart being used for carrying drinks, books and music for relaxing.
3. IF THE SUN IS SHINING we’d love to use RÅSKOG as an all inclusive afternoon siesta station. Cool drinks up top, books and magazines below. Not forgetting the sun cream of course.
MADE BY
Interior Designer: Amanda Rodriguez
Digital Designer: Cecilia Englund
Copywriter: James Rynd
Photographer: Micke Persson
Editor: Linda Harkell