TINGBYSide table on castersArticle Number003.494.44
Width: 20 ¼ "
Height: 3 ¼ "
Length: 24 ½ "
Weight: 11 lb 6 oz
Good findJaneRight product for my needs5
Perfect for a large plantJULIEPerfect for a large plant that needs moving5
Fairly easy to assemble, looksAbrahamFairly easy to assemble, looks and works fine for intended purpose2
exactly what I was looking forJOHNGreat piece - not quite as red as in the picture but perfect for what I needed5
Colorful coffee tableAutumn C.Easiest IKEA assembly ever, just twist the legs and wheels on. It's about level with my couch but I use it as a coffee table in a small living room where I really wanted a square and a pop of color. The silvery wheels are a nice touch too! Perfect lightweight table so I can wheel it easily off the rug for vacuuming and move out of the way when my dog wants to play fetch inside, nightly haha. The material has held up very well since the winter. Only downside is the vertical seams on the side rims of the top and bottom squares, from where the red is wrapped around the boards. Make sure you assemble with the seams on the same sides so it's easier to hide. Also it's a bit easy to see dust/dog hair. But it's a quick clean so that's no big deal in my book. Would buy again in a heartbeat!5
Great for the tight spotmichelleGreat for the tight spot in my laundry room for storing my supplies.
Simple to put together
Love it!RuthI bought this table to use as storage in the pantry. Looks awesome and is strong enough.5
Very handy tableSCHROCKIt’s versatile and handy and feels sturdy. It’s also fairly easy to put together.5
The best furnitureTatyanaThis is the most useful, elegant and versatile storage unit that can be used for anything! Super easy to assemble and comfortable to use. I have 3 of them.5
Cute side tableElisabethEasy to build and super cute addition to any living space. We love it!4
My red rolling tableCherylIt looks great, sturdy, & was easy to assemble. I am using it as a printer stand. It was the right pick to add a color that pops in my office.5
versatile and good valueAnnetteeasy to assemble, can be used in multiple ways, and reasonable price. love it.5
TingbyREGINAWe love it5
Pop of color!JThe handsome, practical side table on wheels was easy to assemble. The finished product is a great place for books and easy to move around in our Study/Library at home.5
Sturdy tableBARBARAMy son uses it as both a table and a footstool along with a 20 in. IKEA pillow.5
Perfect printer tableCarmenIt looks super cute under my desk ….. I used it to place my printer5
I love this!!SandraGreat for my classroom.5
excellent printer stand, end tablesLeighExtremely easy to assemble, versatile use as end tables, coffee tables, printer stand, etc. Very sturdy construction for the above uses
Should consider making it in black color, but red works nicely in some decors5
Its so versatilehelenThis table is so easy to find uses for. Its a side table , also great to move to the middle to serve h'or derves. Take out side for use at your bbq.5
red table on wheelsDENISEThis table was good BUT couldn't keep as way way too
low... we were using two for a coffee table but due to the
low height unable to use....and returned. Very easy to
assemble. Unfortunately more for a kids room than an
adult!!! color was great though.2
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