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The Kustem Trolley 4K Television Rolls Into Living Rooms With Storage Galore

02.15.24 | By
The Kustem Trolley 4K Television Rolls Into Living Rooms With Storage Galore

Lifestyle televisions like the LG SIGNATURE OLED M, Objet Collection Posé, Samsung Serif, and MyShelf have carved a niche for themselves among the decor-minded for their furniture legged stands and inconspicuous cord/cable management. Staged in photoshoots openly in the middle of a room rather than relegated to the wall, this category of TVs introduces the idea that the television is a piece of furniture rather than an intrusive tech best hidden. S2VICTOR’s Trolley Display, for new Korean brand Kustem, adopts a similar approach, with a four-wheel cart design and integrated storage operating as an open concept 55-inch television you can roll into any corner of the house.

A Kustem Trolley OLED HDTV on a stand in a room with magazines stored on its bottom integrated shelf

Announced online recently, details are currently scant in the specifications department regarding the Kustem television. What is available is primarily limited to industrial design studio S2VICTOR’s projects site, Korean crowdfunding site Wadiz, and Kustem’s own Instagram page/Stories. What we know: it’s an OLED television with 4K 3840 x 2160 (UHD) resolution and paired with a rather standard 60Hz refresh rate – meaning, don’t expect this to be an optimal choice if your home entertainment includes console gaming or live sports programming, both fast motion content benefitting from 120Hz-240Hz refresh rate displays.

A Kustem Trolley OLED HDTV on a stand in a room with magazines stored on its bottom integrated shelf

Matching its namesake, Kustem’s approach to television design revolves around customization, including colorful Deco Covers and Cabinet Fit options to complement surrounding decor.

A trio of OLED televisions inside shadow filled room, one on a pedestal leg display, middle model on surface stand, and third in an integrated trolley cart cabinet.

Details mention Google 4th Generation Chromecast support integrated into the television for streaming duties, with the option to outfit the 4K display with either a trolley base, easel, or standard surface stand.

Front view of Kustem Trolley OLED HDTV with forest and lake picture on the display

The Kustem Trolley television may not distinguish itself in the technology specs department, but it does stand out with its color cabinetry, integrated pegboard storage system behind the display, bottom rack shelf, and caster wheeled mobility.

Rear view ofKustem Trolley OLED HDTV and its white pegboard storage system

Corner bottom view of Kustem Trolley OLED HDTV's integrated shelf storage with Kinfolk magazine prominently displayed.

Cord and cable management is also integrated into the cabinet design, with a slide out drawer doubling as storage.

A Kustem Trolley OLED HDTV on a stand in a room zoomed in on bottom shelf storage with Kinfolk magazine prominently highlighted

Kustem Trolley OLED HDTV's integrated pull out drawer storage with gaming console controls stored within.

Rear view of Kustem Trolley OLED HDTV's integrated white pegboard storage system

Kustem currently appears to be primarily focused on the Korean consumer market, with additional information about the upcoming television line available via Wadiz

Gregory Han is a Senior Editor at Design Milk. A Los Angeles native with a profound love and curiosity for design, hiking, tide pools, and road trips, a selection of his adventures and musings can be found at gregoryhan.com.