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Thoughtful Minimalist Stackable Shelf System

Thu, Oct 4, 2012 | Sideboards

96° by Pulpo is not a typical shelf system that you used to see. It has three basic elements – base, box and cover – that follow an angle of 96 degrees. You can make as many layers as you want stacking the elements into each other and interlocking edges and cuts – you don’t need any additional fixtures. The design is minimalist – sleek lines and...Continue Reading...

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iPhone Charging Station And Comfortable Shelf In One

Thu, Jun 14, 2012 | Bookshelfs

If you had a long day and want to relax right after coming home, this piece would help you to do that. The Butler by designer Curtis is iPhone storage or charging station that even has a place for your wallet, keys, and other stuff that you need to store immediately after a long day. The piece is made of walnut and Baltic birch laminated ply in San Diego,...Continue Reading...

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Snake-Shaped Colorful Versatile Shelf

Thu, Dec 22, 2011 | Bookshelfs

The Lovely Rita shelf was designed by Ron Arad back in 1996. It’s a surprisingly modern design considering the year of the conception. The shelf is made of batch-dyed PVC. Today this shelf was re-edited by Kartell. Why was it re-edited? Because the idea is cool, it’s functional and very attention attracting. Here you can place books or any other...Continue Reading...

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Cool Shelf System That Can Be Stacked In Three Ways

Thu, May 26, 2011 | Furniture

IVY is a new stackable shelf system designed by Thomas Bernstrand for Swedese. The shelf’s can be stacked in three different ways, straight up, left or right. Stacked to the left it will lean left, stacked to the right it will lean right. When alternated it will level out. If you have five pieces you can stack them in 81 different ways. IVY is made of...Continue Reading...

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