Although the task of getting organized can seem daunting, the key is to equip your space with the proper tools for the job. Luckily for you, our storage systems are like Swiss Army knives; customizable, modular and ready to tackle even the messiest of situations.
Doron Lachisch’s Cubitec Shelving combines the exceptional strength and stability of injection-molded polypropylene with simple, modular design. In addition to being superbly strong and lightweight, optional Doors and Backs can transform the system into a concealed cabinet, letting you decide what you want to display or hide. Also, depending on your needs and the configurations of your space, Cubitec can be attached vertically or horizontally.
Like many of us, Lap Shelving System designer Marina Bautier realized the redundancy in storing objects in a box or on a tray that is then placed on a shelf. Instead, her solution eliminates the shelf where it's not needed; and replaces it with a powder-coated sheet metal box or tray that hangs from the solid oak frame. How you arrange the components is up to you, and they can be rearranged at any time.
Another customizable piece sure to set you on the right track is the Stacked Shelving System, designed by JDS Architects for Muuto. Leave it to an architect to create a shelving system that's as versatile as building blocks. This modular system lets you create a shelving unit to fit your space and style. Shelves can be randomly stacked or precisely coordinated into a grid. You can even add pieces to the unit as your organizational needs grow.
Italian designer Bruno Rainaldi created the Sapien Bookcase for those with a lot of books and little space to store them. By holding texts horizontally in a vertical stack, the tall Sapien can accommodate up to 70 small and large books in a very compact footprint. You can also use the tiers to display any collection of keepsakes in a minimal and chic fashion.