Gold Tone makes banjos, guitars, mandolins and ukes that look as good as they sound. They also use real guitar parts to make this cool shelf for music-lovers. It has a mahogany body and neck with interior detailing, shelves with binding, a walnut finger board, and a guitar hanger wall mount. Shredding talent not included.
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Furniture maker Brian Bauer builds these wall-mounted storage units that look like the tailgates of classic pickup trucks. They’re molded from lightweight fiberglass, and have interior wood shelving for bottles and glassware. They have working taillights and can be painted in your color of choice.
Plan Station’s ingenious invention lets you add a desk anywhere you have some wall studs to hang it from. Simply load two 24″ x 48″ sheets of plywood into its nylon sleeves, and you’ll get a work surface and more than 20 pockets for pens, papers, and more. Great for construction sites, garages, or temporary work at home spaces.
DIY Machines shows off a really creative design for a wall shelving unit. Not only does it provide 12 illuminated cubbies for items like small plants or collectibles, but its light-up edges double as a colorful digital clock. To build one for yourself, you’ll need a 3D printer, plus the items listed on the project’s YouTube page.
These modular baltic birch wood panels add a touch of art to any wall, but can also be functional, with variants that include a floating laptop desk, hanging planters, and liquor cabinets. Choose your features, then fill in as much space as you want with decorative panels.
The myth of Sisyphus sees a man being rolling a massive boulder up a hill, only to have it roll back down before the top, then repeat the task endlessly, reminding us that the journey is more important than the destination. Now, your toilet paper can experience that journey, thanks to Artori Design’s playful, diagonal bathroom shelf.
Do you collect Funko POP! figures? Assuming you take them out of the box to enjoy them, 630Laser’s acrylic wall shelves let you display them easily, and grow your display as you grow your collection. They stick with double-sided wall tape, and are sold in singles or multi-packs. They also make displays for boxed figures.
Quartertwenty’s smartly-designed storage decor offers a place to hang your bicycle, along with a wood shelf for accessories, books, or other small items. Its metal bike frame hooks can also hold a dowel if you’d rather use it to hang clothes. Includes mounting hardware.
Similar to, more minimal than the Urbana table, German Smart Living’s Swing is a wood and metal table that can be transformed into a shelf in one motion. It also has casters under its feet for easy transport. It comes in six variants, including two for outdoor use.
What better way to display and store your whiskey bottles than in a whiskey barrel? Back Forty Barrels makes this wall-mountable shelf from a reclaimed barrel stave, and includes the bung – the opening where spirits entered and left the barrel. Also available without the hole.
The QuickShelf Safe looks like an ordinary shelf, but it actually has a hidden compartment. You unlock its secret stash by placing one of the RFID keys on top of the shelf. You get four keys – two cards, one key fob, one token – and each shelf can work with up to 12 keys.
Sean Woolsey’s open-face home bar can hold 20 to 25 bottles, along with all of your barware, and up to 20 bottles of wine in the storage area. It’s made from powdercoated aluminum, with a black walnut pull out shelf for drink prep. Just be sure to mount it into wall studs!
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