Sunday, October 11, 2009
It's been a gray day in Half Moon Bay - with our first big winter storm on the way - so I've been attracted to these bright and cheery shelves. Lagolinea, shown above, seems like a wonderful system - unfortunately, while Lago has stores in a number of European cities, the company doesn't have one in the U.S. [via Freshome]
Here's one more picture from Lagolinea; the photos were too good to pick just one!
The Lorna Shelf from the William Feeney Studio is available in custom sizes and colors. [via Apartment Therapy]
The Confetti shelf system has tiles in four colors, which you can arrange as you like, and then add the shelves between the tile grooves. [via Switched On Set]
The Waveform shelf comes from Plodes Studio, and is available in 12 colors. [via Better Living Through Design]
If you need just a little wall shelf - for some books by the reading chair or the bed - you could get the Bookhouse by David Restorick Interiors. (Yes, book lovers, I know that placing the book on the top like that isn't good for the book. You wouldn't have to put one there.) [via Designspotter]
And if you have $3,500 to spare (or 2,700 euro) you could get Collect, from Normann Copenhagen; spring green is the only color. It's sold here and here.
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