Shelves are functional and, let’s face it, usually a bit boring. As we are all seeking a clutter-free home where clever storage is now more important than ever, we take a look at some of the more interesting – and less boring! – shelving ideas…
Mathieu Matégot’s Dédal Shelf for Gubi is a combination of a perforated metal sheet and tubing, creating a striking geometric structure (www.gubi.com).
By Lassen’s versatile storage solution, the Frame is made up of square boxes in cubic frames which can be arranged however you like to suit the living space. The Frame modules can be attached to the wall or sit on the floor. By Lassen is available from BoConcept Plus Store on the Mijas Road and C. de Negocios Oasis in Marbella (www.plusstore.es).
The Unica shelving collection by Nomon’s Home Collection is an adaptable and versatile walnut system. There are five different-sized shelves – some with wall-mount fixtures and others that rotate around the base, providing extra functionality (www.nomonhome.com).
Molteni&C’s MHC.2 is a remake of the award-winning bookcase prototype designed by Yasuhiko Itoh in 1959 and made from curved wood covered in walnut. It comes as one column and you can add as many as you like to suit your storage requirements. Molteni&C can be ordered through Siesta Interior Design in C. Plaza in Nueva Andalucía (www.siestainteriordesign.com).