This Danish modern sewing cart was designed in an era when many households had sewing machines.
Castors allow the user to wheel it over to the work.
The top provides a worksurface on which fabrics or patterns can be laid.
The legs are designed with raised corners for an atomic look.
A handwoven wicker basket slides from either end and offers three black laminate lined trays to hold needles and notions. The lower tier provides additional storage.
The cart measures 30" long x 19" wide x 22" tall.
These "Mid Century Modern Find of the Week" posts are provided courtesy of Mid Century Møbler, which specializes in importing vintage Danish Modern and authentic Mid Century furniture from the 1950s and 1960s.
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