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Simple And Elegant Shelving Unit Inspired by Suspension Bridges

October 12, 2013

 

Lovely Details Bridge Shelves Simple And Elegant Shelving Unit Inspired by Suspension Bridges
Lovely Details Bridge Shelves
If you are into minimalism and simple decorations, this is something you’ll definitely like! Bridge Shelves is a simple design concept that adds a touch of elegance to any living environment. It can be completely disassembled and flat-packed for convenient delivery. This dashing shelving unit was designed by Outofstock and produced by the Danish company, Bolia. Inspired by suspension bridges, to be more specific by two of the most outstanding engineering marvels, the Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco Bay) and the Akashi Kaikyō Bridge (Awaji Island, Japan), the lovely decoration item is both, resistant and functional.

 

 

Front View Shelves Simple And Elegant Shelving Unit Inspired by Suspension Bridges
Front View Shelves
Bridge Shelves consists of four pieces of oak wood: a baton attached horizontally to the wall and three shelves of different lengths, one beneath another. Like the bridges mentioned above, the shelves are held by some bent metal rods, which come in two different colors: green or white, depending on your preferences. You can personalize the unit shelving and figure out how to arrange the wooden plates by simply moving them along the baton. A simple, neat and elegant home décor item!
Wood and Rope Simple And Elegant Shelving Unit Inspired by Suspension Bridges
Wood and Rope

Side View Shelves  Simple And Elegant Shelving Unit Inspired by Suspension Bridges
Side View Shelves

Details Bridge Shelves Simple And Elegant Shelving Unit Inspired by Suspension Bridges

 




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