The use of wall space is the development of indoor vertical space to help people use indoor space more effectively. Large cabinets and wall racks are more suitable for storage items, but in many cases, there is not so much space. Therefore, small walls can also be used to place some books or furnishings. The wall frame of the space.
1. Agnes Agnes
This wall -mounted wall frame Agnes Agnes is designed by designers Sarah Kay and Andrea Stemmer. It is a solid whole without assembly, with exquisite proportions and details.
2. Insert coin
This method of using this wall frame designed by Neuland is similar to its name. Insert coin, users can flexibly install the partition position according to their preferences. Essence
3. Sliding slippery
This shelf named Slippery designed by designer Mark Righter, as the name implies, can slide on the left and right in each place. This can customize the form of the shelf according to the user’s preference. Higher items.
The wall frame designed by Dino Sanchez Studio has a poetic name of Perch, which has a fresh and natural temperament regardless of its production process and materials. The edge of the object is raised to prevent the items from slipping, but some items hoping to be fully displayed are not suitable for placing here.
5. Book BOOK BOUND
This designed by Jennifer Delong has a higher edge, such as Book Bound, which is designed for placing and displaying some books, especially some children’s picture books.
6. Soap box soupbox
Although this soap box Soupbox wall frame does not have a raised edge, it has a side. As a whole, some books and items can be placed in interior and top. With different sizes and models, it can be used alone or in groups.
7. Tubola Tubola
This Tubola Tubola wall designed by AK47 Studio is a combination of large and small circles, which is very eye -catching, but there are many restrictions on the unbroken shape when storing objects.
8, transistor transistor
The wall frame with a flat shape can also be very designed. For example, this transistor glass wall frame designed by TONLLII & Gunnell from TONELLI. The glass will look lighter than wood metal, which is suitable for smaller space, but the glass itself also has fragile safety problems. You can consider using safety glass or polycarbonate as a wall frame for materials.
9. Flaps FL拉pps
This modular design of the Flaps FLäPPS wall rack system can be closed or expanded as needed to install and use flexibly.
The RIVELI Wall frame system designed by Mark Kinsley is also a modular design, which can be folded and free. The difference is that this wall frame pays more attention to artistic and can etch a custom pattern.
11. UP The Wall on the wall
This wall frame system designed by BENT Hansen is also a modular design named UP The Wall on the wall. Users can freely arrange the walls through two groups of interspersed combinations.
12. Freud Floyd
This Freud FLOYD wall frame allows users to replace the tables flexibly according to their preferences and taste.
13. Devil Demon
Gubi aims to redesign products from 1930 to 1970, including this Mathieu Matégot Demon Demon Wall frame system, providing a combination of different lengths and quantities.
14. Dash dash
The design of the wall frame can also be innovated in different ways. This Dash Dash wall frame designed by Darin Montgomery has a unique installation system and can support very heavy materials with very thin materials.
15. Hang HITCH
This suspension HITCH wall rack from Umbra Shift uses a dual system, and each shelf can choose vertical or horizontally. The horizontal placement provides a more conventional form of placement, and vertical placing is conducive to display books or items such as magazines, pictures and books.
16. Pacific PaperBack
This PaperBack wall frame from Studio Parade provides a new type of space for placing books. The shape is also like the side of a book. The normal depth is controlled at 15 cm. In some places, it is designed as a prominent tab page. It reaches 20 cm to meet the storage and display of different sizes.
17. Luff LUFT
This Laife LUFT wall rack from MOX is designed by designer Anna Salonen and is also a product suitable for narrow space. Made of steel coating steel can be installed vertically or horizontally.
18. Opening and closing clopen
This opening and closing Clopen shelf designed by Japan Torafu Architects integrates traditional display racks and drawers, which will exert the concept of space to the extreme. The thickness of the shelf is only 3.4 cm. It is made of precision aluminum, and a thin layer of thin wood slices are held outside. It looks like made of wood. After opening through a magical key, you can see a 2.3 cm thick drawer. Very suitable for storing valuables such as jewelry and documents.
19, net eye Mesh
This MESH series wall rack designed by Bride and Wolfe uses perforated powder coating metal backplane. The upper part can be magnets and suspended items, and the lower part is placed.
Personalization is one of the important needs that modern furniture design needs to meet. In addition to modular and folding factors, elasticity will also become the highlights of them. Designed by Belgian furniture designer Asta SadaSkaite
It fully reflects personalization. It consists of several fixed axes and a scales of elastic bands. It is like a scroll when it is put away. After the expansion, users can change the shape and length of the shelf according to their needs.