With its contemporary look and low price, the STRAJK trolley table was a popular product that could be found in many a teenager’s room in the 1970s. STRAJK was a smart, multifunctional piece of furniture on castors, with two table tops and a magazine pocket on the side. It was launched in the IKEA catalogue 1975 as a trolley table, bedside table and side table.
STRAJK had white-lacquered tops and a tubular frame in typical colours for the time: yellow, brown or red. The fabric magazine pocket on the side was in the same colour as the frame.
The table was designed by Tomas Jelinek, who was behind many of the biggest sales successes at IKEA. STRAJK was one of them. Thanks to its modern design, smart function and good quality at a low price, the table was a big seller that remained in the IKEA catalogue for a whole 19 years.