Books, DVDs, CDs? This Robox shelving unit, designed by Fabio Novembre for Casamania, is happy to gobble up all of your outdated forms of media. But that doesn't mean it only has an appetite for information and entertainment. Not at all. It's equally adept at storing your classic Transformers—or to a lesser extent…
These shelves throw caution to the wind. They'll blow you away. They're a breeze. Can't. Stop. Puns. Everywhere. Look, the point is that paper scattering in the wind is a great motif for shelves and these are super pretty. Okay? Fine.
These Corniche Shelves are quite nice. They're like little pieces of nature that you can slap on the wall.
Tired of Ikea's instructions telling you exactly how you should assemble and mount your shelves? Fight back against the company's illustrated tyranny with this felt Organize shelf that's flexible in more ways than one.
It's a sad day for the once thriving bookend industry. Already reeling from the fact that consumers are buying less and less printed books every year, suddenly this brilliant angled shelf comes along and does away with the need for bookends altogether.
With a brilliant design incorporating two axes, Köln International School of Design students Yanik Balzer and Max Kuwertz have created a shelf that makes installation an absolute breeze. You just need to find an open space on your wall, wind up, and hope that at least one side of the axe heads makes contact with a…
It might seem like a waste of time to install a shelf that's barely six inches long. But damned if this magnetically enhanced Plank doesn't seem like the perfect place to stash your smartphone and keys when you get home every night.
This brilliant shelf is perfect for anyone who loves to show off the tchotchkes they've amassed, but also keep the more embarrassing items out of sight. On top you can proudly display your collection of antique tea cups, while the secret drawer will easily hide all of your Pokemon trading cards
If when you close your eyes each night in bed you see visions of pixelated arcade apes performing game-like quests, you can be sure you are a true gamer at heart. And now that we've cleared that up, you might as well embrace it, and indulge yourself with a little Donkey Kong-inspired interior decor.
An accordion, staircase, or paper fan—this shelf can be arranged in many different configurations to make it resemble anything you want it to. It's so versatile, it becomes as much a decorative piece, as a functional one.
Assembling one of Ikea's flat-pack puzzles is easy as long as you have the instruction manual. But that usually disappears when you're tossing out all of that shredded cardboard post-build. So designer Gonçalo Campos has come up with a better approach for his XI book shelf.
By incorporating a three-step ladder that disappears into its front facade, this extra-tall shelf lets you maximize the storage space in your home, without requiring you to fetch a step ladder every time you need something off the top tier.
Benson's Format bookshelf uses a series of infinitely adjustable sliding dividers on every level to keep books upright, and to visually break up its simple form. It's great news if you absolutely hate it when books fall over, but bad news if you're into collecting bookends.
It's surprising to think that no one's thought to create a bookshelf sculpted with the same form and curves as a book left sitting open on a desk. But it's even more surprising what the creators of this bookshelf decided to name it.
Shelves are great, but inflexible. There's not much room for creativity: your only real choice when it comes to shelves is which one to put your crap on. This simple but beautiful shelf attempts to correct that limitation.
I love little space-savers like this. Here's a tensioned bookcase that unfurls to give you space for your books and such. Plus it has compartments for pens and other scrolls. For writing decrees, naturally. [BoingBoing]
Using inspiration from the impossible fork, ClarkeHopkinsClarke Architects built this optical illusion bookshelf. The shelf looks cartoony and almost invisible but that's not even the real illusion, the real mind bender is that there are what seems like 4 shelves on the left side but only 3 shelves on the right side.…
It's nice to have windows. In a more utilitarian sense, it's nice to have shelves. The architects of this house in the Swedish countryside figured out how to have both on the same wall to great effect.