We have featured many creative shelving design on the site. Some of them focus on the functionality – try to store items in a neat and compact way and some of them more focus on display – try to display staff on shelf in an eye-catching way. Today’s teardrop shelving is definitely fit in the second group. The quirky, teardrop-shaped designs can not only display your favourite items on it in a playful-yet-refined style but also servers as a beautiful decoration on the wall itself.
Inspired by mid-century design, Wavertree has handcrafted their shelving using red cedar and pine wood. To produce its smooth, graceful shape, the wooden strips are steamed, bent, and hardened into their eye-catching form. The pieces are then stained—in mahogany or a clear finish—and fitted with shelves or dividers. Lastly, they’re topped with a rope loop for easy hanging.
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Shelf is one of the most useful furniture at home, which can not only be used as storage but also a display area or more. Here we collection 20 of The Most Creative Shelving System Designs. They are not our normal shelves but something creative and unusual. Each shelving design has one or two things special, such as unusual shape, multi-functional design. Take a look and tell us what is your favorite design.
Floating Shelves by Michael Metiu Design Studio [source]
Designed by Eindhoven design studio Mieke Meijer, Objet élevé is an installation in three parts that functions as a connection between two floors while also offering space to work, collect and store. From below photos you can see, Objet élevé is a desk, a stair and a shelf system at the same time. Such an creative way to transforms the stair area into something more functional. However, how much practical usage of this design you think? Do you have to have it in your home?
Who said walk in closet is the dream for women only. In these days, more and more enjoy the idea of walk in closet just like women. Imagine yourself get out of bed in the morning, opening the window to refresh your mind, body and spirit, showering and then carelessly walking into your closet to pick out your outfit, what a perfect start of a day! However, different from women’s need, a man’s collection may not be as massive as most women’s, but it encompasses almost as many categories: jewelry (ties, cuff links, rings); accessories (belts, pocket squares, watches); bags (briefcase, knapsack); shoes (work, play, exercise, summer, winter) and even a shoe shining station. To effectively store those items, a well-designed and organized shelving system is needed. Here we rounded up “25 Cool Walk In Closet Ideas for Men”, take a look and hope you get some inspiration of creating your man cave.