Traditional bookcases always take a lot of space, and I’d say that even open shelving does take enough. Modern apartments, most of which are tiny, just can’t afford to accommodate all these things but what can one do if there isn’t enough space but there are quite a lot of books? There are a lot of creative book storage ideas and now I’d like to share one more piece that will definitely become everybody’s obsession due to the simplicity and a cool look.
A functional alternative to bulky cabinets, shelving and lockers, RE:BOOK by designer dialoguemethod offers a way to store your favorite things without sacrificing space or style! The ‘RE:BOOK’ features waves of fabric that act as the storage shelves for books and other slim items. The use of fabric over structured materials such as wood helps to enable the ‘RE:BOOK’ wall storage unit to be more functional and useful for small spaces. Coming in two color options including red and gray, the ‘RE:BOOK’ can easily fit any modern or minimalist space.
Particularly useful for holding the place of a good book, the design was inspired by the notion that we’ve moved away from books for our mobile devices. It’s actually perfect timing because recent trends have shown paper books making a big comeback over their e-book counterparts but it’s no less perfect for e-readers, tablets and other slim technology. Because of its slim yet functional profile and virtually no floorspace taken, it’s perfect for tiny bedrooms, small hallways and other compact spaces.