Boasting a very original and modern design, the Cozy Mounds wall mounted light shelf unit seems a great way to organize you stuff while illuminating your space. Designed by Robyn Luk, a junior in the Furniture Design Department at the Rhode Island School of Design, the Cozy Mounds is an upshot of study of the potential of design to increase both the physical and emotional qualities of incandescent light. The dedicated space created from woolen material accommodates two globe bulbs, one above the shelf and one underneath.
Designed by Anne Krook for Horreds, a pioneer in Swedish and Nordic plan furniture industry, the Anne is a series of shelves, which uses a ‘square’ as its base for offering numerous shelving combinations for the users. You can use the Anne shelving unit as a hanging shelf in the hall, a solitary in the bedroom, a beautiful bookcase with drawers or an airy cabinet. Flaunting a simple and clean design, the Anne shelves are made in white lacquer, oak and birch.
Here is yet another interesting wall shelving design that communicates openness and minimalism. Designed by Moritz Putzier and produced by Müller Möbelwerkstätten, the hangUp shelves offer a variety of storage solutions and can be used in the kitchen or living room or as an elegant bookcase. The line includes four different types of shelves, with a big hook as distinctive element of the design with all the shelves. The hangUp shelf is perfect for compact spaces, as it can be attached to any wall with only one screw.
When it comes to shelving units, there are plenty of functional and playful designs available on the shelves. Designed by Matador Projects, Kanji is a beautiful bookshelf conceived as a part art object that is made from MDF finished in high-gloss blue. Inspired by concepts of oriental calligraphy, the Kanji bookshelf enjoys a minimalist design that replicates a tree branch coming out of the wall and organically blending with the environment. Kanji not only offers a functional space to store your books and magazines, but also adds a natural touch to your interior décor.
When it comes to wall shelving, there are limitless designs available on the shelves. Created by Denmark based design studio SAYS WHO, the Organize is a super flexible wall shelf that lets you change its shape to suit your needs and liking. You can give it a square, zigzag or any other shape that goes well with your overall décor. Available in light and dark grey mélange, the Organize shelf is made from felt and oak, which bestows it with a modern, Scandinavian looks. The transforming Organize shelf is available at Bolia for NU 1,349.
Created by Peter Marigold for the exhibition ‘Knock on Wood’ at Tools Galerie in Paris this year, the Lent is a unique shelving unit that asks for immediate attention with its uneven shape. The logs that have been divided into four pieces function as the corners of the boxes. While the irregular angles make for a non-uniform structure, the unit is complete as the total angles of a split form total to 360 degrees in all cases.
Designed by Alessandro Masturzo for B-line, the Liquorice bookshelf is a playful and functional design incorporating a beautiful play of tubes. Done in rotomolded polyethylene, the modular Liquorice bookshelf can be arranged in a number of ways according to your needs. Available colors include pastel green, amethyst purple, white, basalt grey, red and topaz blue, which let users arrange the tubes in colorful, fun way. The Liquorice was exhibited at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile this year.
Featuring a frame, base, drawer, little T, and big T, the Frame System 74 from the house of March Gut lets you create seventy-four different styles of shelves. A great product for living areas and workspaces, the Frame System 74 has been designed with an ingenious approach to individualization, diversity and flexibility. The individual parts of the modular shelving unit are crafted from knot-free native spruce. While the frame has been oiled, the inside of the furniture comes brushed and varnished.
Nowadays, concepts in shelving designs are dime a dozen, but only a few manage to stand out from the crowd with their unique and highly functional make. An interesting creation by Brazilian designer Jaqueline Diedam, Das Kant Regal shelving unit can be arranged in four different ways to suit your liking. The shelf’s constructivist structure gives user the freedom to use one piece of furniture in a number of ways to complement the existing setting. Inspired by Wassily Chair, the Das Kant Regal shelving unit is made from metal stripes and can be placed horizontally or vertically.
Hyunjin Seo from the Seoul-based design group KamKam, who has earlier given the multifunctional “The Motion” bookcase, has now come up with the Eight Sided Open Shelf. The unique shelving unit is a dual structure and features a shelf with a shelf. Both the shelves enjoy similar shape and symmetry and the one inside stands at a 45-degree angle. The structure and the partition of the space of the two modules of the Eight Sided Open Shelf allows for a striking combination.