I have seen the infomercials for "Mighty Movers" (I think that's what they're called) & thought they would be really helpful. I decided to make my own, by placing the lids from food jars under each of the legs on the china cabinet.
The lids that have the pop-up seal on them seemed to work best, as they were a little stronger. Mine came from pickle & salsa jars.
I tilted the cabinet up & then slid the lid under the legs with my feet.
Once I had all the lids under the legs of the cabinet, the phone rang. I went to answer the it & started gabbing away. While on the phone, my seven-year-old son came in to interrupt (a normal occurrence EVERY time I'm on the phone...) & let me know that he had moved the cabinet all by himself!
Obviously, the jar lids made it easier to slide this cabinet into it's new position. (Don't worry, this piece of furniture may look a little sad & in disrepair right now, but I have some big plans for it's new life in the living room!)
So, do you have any other suggestions for moving furniture more easily? I'd love to hear them! I figure this one could be modified for hardwood floors by gluing felt to the jar lids.