Get Creative With Magnetic Spirit Shelves
Magnetic Spirit shelves is a concept design of a organizing wall system designed by Benoit Bayol that allows you to arrange and group the shelves the way you want and constantly change the look in the room. Made of hot-treated lacquered steel the shelves come in 3 colors: black, white and warm gray. Manufactured by Tolix® the shelves are produced in France and are 100% recyclable.
WIth the maximum capacity of 16kg the system includes components that can be rotated or grouped together into a bigger shape. The different size boxes make for great modern wall decor while storing books, CDs and other small objects.
Theare also skins available for the shelves to jazz up the arrangement and coordinate with the interior design color scheme. The skins are available in bright colors as well as patterns.
The Magnetic Spirit organizing system is a great choice for those who love creating their own decor and also a functional wall decor. The shelves can be hung in an angled position in a rhomb shape or in a row with similar shelves in different colors. The bigger and longer shelves can be grouped with smalled boxier shelves while the plain arrangement can be spruced up with a couple of brightly-colored or patterned skins.
The Magnetic Spirit gives tryly numerous decor options. You can create almost any shape using box and open shelves. They can extend throuhout the wall or create a focal point in the feature wall. The arrangement can change as often as you want as employing creativity many arrangements can be made.
Check out some amazing designs in the promotional shots. There is a strip of gray box shelves hung at an angle with two separate bozes, a leaf-like arrangement, a stacked-like row of angled boxes and many other arrangements.
Creative Magnetic Spirit Shelves
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