There is no home without shelves! They are required for storage and can be part of home decor. If we use shelving systems, they can also be used as room dividers. If you are looking for the coolest shelving systems for your home that can make a beautiful part of the decor and store a lot, we have some ideas for you! The shelves from these designers are ready to buy. Just choose a configuration you like.
The Helix furniture system has something chaotic and beautiful about it. It can manifest on one wall and even continue on adjacent walls and even the ceiling. The customizable and modular Helix can be arranged in an infinite number of layouts and used as bookcases, lighting enclosures, or even window frames.
Chuck is a shelving system that stems from the idea of creating an individual flexible space for almost any object. The simple wooden wall shelf unfolds into a system of flexible wooden boards that adapts to the objects it stores and displays. The wooden straps consist of six wooden boards with two stainless steel locking collars at both ends. They expand and contract to wedge the desired objects in between, with each object modifying the behavior of the shelving system.
The Cubit modular shelving system is available in 25 sizes and 8 depths, so that you can configure the completely modular individual units as you wish. You can create shelves to hold DVDs, records, books, keepsakes, various objects, and more. Many different sizes, modularities and ultimately the possibility of rotating rectangular modules make the shelving system the perfect solution for all challenging rooms and for every room, from the home office to the living room.
Bashko Trybek’s Snake is an interesting modular shelving system that allows you to customize your shelves to suit your storage needs. The idea of the Serpent shelves is a modular concept that suits both your needs and the actual space you want to place the shelves, whether at home or in your modern office.
Thanks to the absolute transparency of the 8 mm extra clear tempered glass, the air shelf appears to float in the air, almost as if it were suspended in space. This makes it perfect in areas where there isn’t much light, as glass lets light through, which gives Air a seductive elegance and inspiring visual emotion.
This expanding shelf by Austrian designer Stephanie Hornig can ball up or expand depending on the space required. The set shelf consists of a beech wood frame with scissor-like pivot points and folded steel shelves. These sit on rails between the individual joints and prevent the structure from expanding further.
Up The Wall invites you to create a shelf that is right for you and your needs. One set contains a short and a long shelf that connect to form an asymmetrical cross. The beauty of the design is that you can add more sets to create a custom shelf that is as big or as small as you want.
This adaptable shelving system by the Berlin design office Studio Hausen was described as an update of the “classic string shelf” and consists of a series of steel and ash wood modules. The four shelves in each set are the same width and depth, but are available in two different lengths. Three different types of brackets – triangular, square, and rectangular – offer a variety of mounting options.
Build is a modular shelving system that can be mixed and configured according to your needs. The modular elements simply adapt to your needs. It grows with you as your life and needs evolve. Each build unit is identical so the system can be expanded and reconfigured over time. When you move home, Build is easy to disassemble, and belongings are instantly packed and ready to use.
Graphite is a new modular shelving solution that uses the versatility of the hexagon to adapt to your individual spatial requirements! They can be easily connected on any of the 6 sides and can be connected as high or as long as you want. The configuration options are really endless, so you can add, subtract or adapt them to any room. It’s easy to assemble and disassemble, so you can save your system when you don’t need it. Anyone can assemble or reconfigure the spatial shelving system made of graphite with their own hands and with the help of a screwdriver.