Shelf units are furnishing classics. They can dominate a room, but can also be used sculpturally to lighten the ambience. They are eye-catchers and essential organisers in one!
Used as intelligent storage options, they can be open or closed, and designed to harmonise with the general interior and personal styles. Shelf units can be part of a wall panelling system, they can replace a wall unit or be free-standing, open with doors, flaps or organisation cubes.
In the living room, a shelf unit can be used as a room divider or separator, while in rooms that are used for several purposes they can separate the different areas, perhaps between the kitchen, dining table and living area.
Shelf units modern, modular, mobile
The open design of the shelf units is the typical result of the modern look, and greatly lights and lightens the interior that was formerly dominated by closed cupboard elements. Vases and small sculptures or other decorative elements are openly displayed, and underscore the personal character of the interior.
Shelf units in the kitchen
In he kitchen and dining room, shelf units are a representative space for decorative displays of porcelain, glasses and cooking utensils, and utensils for eating and drinking. Always within easy reach, your lovely dishes, pots and pans, serving cutlery and table linen are easy to access when stored on an open shelf unit.
Shelf units are adaptable, flexible, mobile and modular, easy to combine with various materials and interior designs, and further units can be added as required. From decorative shelf units to recess elements to stylish room dividers.