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Last week I covetously posted on Bulthaup's "tool cabinet" for kitchens (above), which I'm in love with.
He's either preparing for a severe oil shortage, waiting for a spike in the commodities market, a crusader against theft or a protector of cast-off bikes.
Cleverly thought out, Hoosiers were an impressive piece of industrial design from an era that arguably predated the term "industrial design."First off, it was space-saving.
Casters on the bottom of the legs allowed you to move the thing around, presumably for when you needed to accommodate more people on a cooking production line during the holidays or gatherings.These days you can still find Hoosier Cabinets at tag sales and antique shops, and if you prefer to make your own, you'll find plenty of free plans online, like this one.