I get a kick out of tables on wheels---possibly because I've rearranged my furniture so often and like the idea of making pieces more mobile? I like the industrial look of casters as well. I have a collection of images of tables, mostly coffee table height, on wheels in my design files and wanted to post a few. I plan to transform an old door (with a big hole in it) that came out of the back room remodel into a mobile coffee table when I locate the appropriate casters.
An aside: The Italian architect, lighting, interior and industrial designer, Gae Aluenti created a few tables on wheels of her own. More about this prolific designer here.
Above: This one looks like an Ikea Lack table top, on casters.
Above: Directly inspired by Gae Aluenti's Tavolo con Ruote Table?
Above: Display case table on wheels?
Above: Fruit crates with a glass topper?
Above: OK, this is not really a table, but more of a daybed made from pallets and casters.
Above: More of the pallet-like aesthetic
Above: Kind of a butcher block look with a well-turned wheel
Above: A glass topper and a storage shelf below
Above: A nice big surface useful for all the occupants of the seating (though the table needs to creep up a little closer)
Above: Stacked drawers on wheels as a bedside table?
Above: A plain old chest refreshed into an industo-chest with the addition of big casters and knotted rope for drawer pulls.
Above: Small-ish table, BIG wheels
Above: Another pallet-type table painted and used on the patio
Above: Another version of a set of bedside drawers on wheels
Above: This table makes use of "legs" (bolting on 4x4's) to raise the height before adding the casters.
Above: I'm pretty sure this is an Ikea hack making use of a shelf unit, adding casters and a cushion on top for a mobile storage bench.
Above photo: Gae-Aluenti-Tour-Table
And here we are back to a Gae Aluenti piece---more of a tea table height making use of bicycle wheels!