Beautiful Anywhere table and bistro trolleys
Architect Heidi Locher uses stainless steel and Corian in her Beautiful Anywhere table and bistro trolleys that come in circular or rectangular forms and can be made to measure.
£650 from www.studiolocher.com
Cathy Azria’s drinks trolley
For a Fifties Parisian feel, Cathy Azria’s drinks trolley for BD-Designs is gorgeous.
£4,680 from www.bd-designs.co.uk
Barboy drinks trolley
For a real Pop Art feel, the Barboy drinks trolley, by Verner Panton for Verpan, is perfect. A circular tube trolley with layers that slide open.
£1,020 from www.madeindesign.co.uk
Hella Jongerius’s redesign of Alvar Aalto’s 901 Tea Trolley
Hella Jongerius’s redesign of Alvar Aalto’s 901 Tea Trolley, created for Finnish brand Artek in 1936 and considered a 20th-century masterpiece, was inspired by British tea culture and Japanese architecture.
£1,567 from www.twentytwentyone.com
AK 700 trolley by Nissen & Gehl MDD
Aram has a good selection of trolleys, including the practical wooden, steel and laminate AK 700 by Nissen & Gehl MDD for Naver Collection.
£1,229 from www.aram.co.uk
Sebastian Cox with his limited-edition handmade oak and chestnut trolley
Sebastian Cox designed this limited-edition handmade oak and chestnut trolley to mark the launch of The Glenlivet’s Nàdurra Peated Whisky Cask Finish. A limited number of trolleys can be made to order from The New Craftsmen.
£4,200 from www.thenewcraftsmen.com
Sturdy but movable, this hostess trolley is from the Brasserie range at upmarket kitchen maker Smallbone of Devizes. Built from pickled oak and stainless steel, it even includes a warming draw. The trolley is available as part of a whole kitchen.
£40,000 from www.smallbone.co.uk.
The Hirche Trolley is a pared-back piece, designed in 1956 by Herbert Hirche for Richard Lampert. It is available in black steel and security glass.
£513 from www.twentytwentyone.com
Helsinki Trolley by Desalto
If your tastes are ultra-minimalist, you might fancy the Helsinki Trolley by Desalto, available at Viaduct. Designed by Caronni & Bonanomi in 1998, it has a steel frame in an Arctic grey-and-white finish, with a top in metal, clear toughened glass or laminate, and removable wooden chopping board.
Price on request from www.architonic.com