With the changes I have been making in my studio to make things easier on my shoulder, I knew that I had to remove the taboret (IKEA butcher block) that I have used for years as it is quite heavy...and is now a great addition to our pantry. I have been seeing the IKEA Raskog cart online in so many studio photos and I was very interested but a little hesitant but now that I have it and have used it for a few days I'm a huge fan. It holds as much as my last cart and though I am missing the large paint mixing surface I did keep my large palette to use, which is currently hanging off the side of the cart. It moves very easily so that I can move it to my right or left side, depending on which arm I'm using. I think I may invest in a couple of storage containers to hang off the side to store some items but other than that, using the glass jars and metal containers I have gathered from around the house, I am very, very happy with it. I would still like to find some lockable castors for the drafting table as I do like to move my surface around the room, depending on the light, but otherwise I am very pleased.
AIRdirondack Art Project