I've had this old wine crate for as long as I can remember. It's a very sturdy wooden box that has gone with me wherever I have lived. In university I used it as a bedside table to my low futon, sitting upside down. These days I use it as a magazine holder.
Just before my parents got married on August 16, 1958, my dad spent more money than he really had to buy my mom a crate of her favourite wine --Faisca rose from Portugal. He says that he had to order it in advance from the LCBO and meant it to be a wedding gift for her. They enjoyed that wine so much that he saved the crate and preserved it with a coat of varathane. Somehow I ended up with it somewhere in my late teen years.
This evening I decided to get it up off the floor with some industrial looking casters I found at Rona. (The glass of red seemed fitting for the job, and let's face it, that's how I like to DIY)
One caster on with 4 tiny screws and a little washer.
Four casters on and this is what it looks like now! Actually quite a bit easier to access as well.