• American Surplus Inc.

    Based in Rhode Island--where it has a 550,000-square-foot facility--ASI is an online clearinghouse for used industrial equipment, including utility carts and gym lockers.

  • Everyday Design

    This Helsinki workshop artfully blends aesthetics with utility. Storage is Everyday Design’s focus, and its metal trolleys with birch wheels are especially notable.

  • Ikea

    Ikea applies its signature Scandi aesthetic to every space challenge in the home. Its shelves and carts, available in a range of styles and finishes, are hard to beat for the price.

  • Kaymet

    Back in 1947, Sydney Schreiber set out to find new uses for machinery that his Bermondsey, England, business used to fabricate radar equipment during World War II. Since then, his London company, Kaymet, has specialized in making anodized aluminum trolleys and trays that are state of the art.

  • Urban Remains

    This architectural salvage gallery has an impressive supply of vintage machine shop and hospital carts, many of which have been stripped down to their cold-rolled steel.