I got two of these carts when I became weary of fighting the jams of the wheels and the constant need for re-tightening the screws on the plastic (albeit, less expensive) ones I was using.
I've very happy with these. They're strong - and thus far, have not required any re-tightening of the screws that hold them together. They are thoroughly filled to bursting with art and craft supplies, but the wheels don't jam and they roll smoothly where I want them.
The top is also sturdy and strong, and they hold the two revolving paint and mister racks that I have. It's great to be able to double up the storage that way without worrying about the revolving racks collapsing the rolling carts from the weight!
Not that they were a reason I bought them (frankly, 'style' in my studio isn't that important to me), they look terrific. They have a vintage industrial look to them that I find pleasing. And I like that you are able to see what's in each one a little bit so that you don't have to search through all the drawers to find what you're looking for.
A quality purchase that I'm happy with!
When I saw this at CHA, I knew I had to have it. The spinning rack goes perfectly with this. I have mine stocked full of ink pads, stamps, stickers, mixed media (paints, watercolor papers and color pencils and ribbon. I think I am going to order one more soon!
Super nice industrial looking storage cart by Tim Holtz -Idealolgy. It was very easy to put together and once built, I found it can hold lots of scrapbooking and card making stuff. I thought it was a little bit pricey but the quality and abundant storage makes it an a perfect purchase.