The string shelf is designed in 1949 and was originally intended as a bookcase that you could easily expand from. You can all cabinets with it, but my favorite is the string pocket.The smallest version, consisting of three shelves and side panels of the characteristic thread. He is perhaps better known as ‘ tomado rack “. This fun rack is to fill in many ways and with its small size (60x50cm) there will always be a place for this hip wall rack.
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The string pocket is high on my wishlist though I know not so soon where I would hang him. Actually, he is everywhere, in the living room, bedroom or kitchen. A while ago I came across a colored copy at a second hand shop for fifteen euros, perhaps I simply have to do! The side panels with wire and the open shelves give the string pocket an airy appearance making him almost no space seems to be taking. Use it as a bookcase as originally the goal was, or fill it with a small collection of your most beautiful stuff. Who get extra attention on such a nice Pan rack. No string pocket? You can also use the images for inspiration when filling your open shelves.