Lorraine Duplanty. Furniture. December 12th , 2017.
Pull-out tables can be very space-efficient as well. You can keep them hidden inside your cabinet unit and pull them out when needed. Then there are also the expandable tables which let you seat more people when required, remaining small and compact the rest of the time. Other ideas can be to save space with seats can be put away or to have a kitchen island extension instead of a freestanding dining table.
This Plywood magazine rack has a pretty straight-forward design. It has a sleek metal frame that holds a body made of molded plywood. The gentle curve gives the rack a pleasant and enjoyable look and coordinates well with the design of the metal frame. The feet end in solid brass or black ball caps.
Chen Chen & Kai Williams designed something called The Third Eye Vessel. It’s a magazine rack which has a rather unusual form. Its body is made up of three panels that form a sort of open box that lets you place your books along its sides so they can be automatically aligned. It’s a simple and clever system and the marble really makes the piece pop.
If you‘re in the mood for something classic, perhaps this Gazette rack would make you happy. Its simple design allows it to be versatile and to serve as both a magazine rack and as a book storage option. Moreover, it‘s easy to imagine this accent piece in just about any type of space or decor.
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