Beautiful and versatile flat-pack shelves made out of aluminum and either oak or walnut. Tekio is available in different configurations and look organic whether solo or with multiple units side-by-side.
A smartly designed modern bookshelf combines three useful features in one. Its zig-zag shape provides a place to store books, a spot to hold your place, and a reading lamp underneath, which automatically switches on and off when your book is removed or placed.
These rustic, yet dynamic wall shelves are crafted from nearly century-old reclaimed pine wood, and held in place using stainless steel cables attached to turnbuckles to save on floor space. Shelves are 11″ deep in 23.5″, 39″ & 55″ widths.
Who said that shelves and cubbies need to be square or rectangular? This metal wall shelf offers a dynamic look using triangular spaces, and is ideal for displaying small trinkets. Flip and nest several together for more complicated patterns.
Snow Peak’s new containers are rugged enough to be used outdoors. Its rubber stoppers let you stack multiple units together. You can also split it open to carry smaller items. Available in 25L and 50L capacities.
Gereghty Desk Co. makes compact and adjustable wall-mounted desks. The smaller desktop holds laptops, tablets or displays at eye level while the larger desktop puts the keyboard, mouse and other items within arms reach.
The Stage is a wall-mounted shelf that doubles as a charging station. It has a dock for tablets and a foam-rubber-lined drawer that can discreetly store a power strip along with your other devices. Available in walnut or oak.
Made of fir and iron, this unique furniture can be used in three ways. Keep it flat and use it as a dining table, lock it vertically as a standard shelf, or lock it halfway through to create a leaning shelf (or impromptu ladder).
Quattria’s Anita is a customizable shelf made of thermoformed acrylic. You can choose which letters to have, whether they’ll be in white, blue or red and whether your shelf will be wall-mounted or just placed on the floor.
Designer Igor Chak’s conceptual shelves perfectly mimic the beams and girders of the 1980s classic video game, Donkey Kong. Though we don’t recommend rolling flaming barrels down them.
More Awesome Stuff