Description: I used 2 Closetmaid organizers (from Target) and 2 Vika table tops and four casters. I attached the casters to the underside of one of the Vika tops. I liked these clear retro looking ones from Harbor Freight, they spin nice and come in locking and non-locking. They were only about 5 bucks each. I used 2 of locking and 2 non locking so I could lock the table when I really needed to.
I then attached the Closet Maid organizers to the Vika top with screws. I placed them on the outside middles so I can have optimal storage underneath and on the shelf’s in the organizers themselves. The table is the perfect height for me to work on and I have lots of extra storage all the way around. Voila!…an inexpensive and super handy table.
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