Three New Tree Bookshelves Named Tess, Sam and Louane by Christophe Boulin.

bookshelves shaped like trees

Tess, Louane and Sam are three new open tree bookshelves and storage for children’s rooms, libraries, playrooms or even offices. The Arbres Collection was designed by Christophe Boulin for MATHY BY BOLS, a Belgian company that makes adorable and functional furniture for children. Read more

Letter Perfect Shelving. The Anita Collection from Quattria.


Available for wall and floor, ANITA consists of letters that form words to support books, picture frames or whatever you like. The thermoformed acrylic shelving was designed by Ricard Mollon for Quattria and comes in translucent red, blue or clear. Whether you place them on the floor, stack them or wall mount them, these configurable shelves will add some expression, literally and figuratively, to your home.







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The Booken Is A Table, A Shelf and a Library In One.

The Booken

At this year’s IMM Cologne, Italian furniture design company Lema collaborated with Raw Edges designers Yael Mer and Shay Alkalay who founded their studio in 2007 with the aim of creating soulful and yet, ironic, objects (such as this unusual commissioned piece, to create a unique piece. Read more

Funky Find of The Week: Hole In The Floor Storage By Raw Edges Design Studio.

hole in the floor

Hole In The Floor is a collection of special edition wood storage units for books that appear to be coming out of the floor by Israel based Raw Edges Design Studio. Read more

Seeing Skulls. James Hopkins’ Vanitas.


above: James Hopkins, Decadence and Demise, 2006 (image courtesy of hamburger-kunsthalle)

Skulls, skulls, skulls. They are everywhere these days. But at least artist James Hopkins has a different take on them. He has a series of mixed media pieces called Vanitas in which random objects and furniture are composed to create the image or illusion of human skulls. Read more