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Original Bridge Shelves by Outofstock

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Do you consider shelves too massive and complicated to bring them into minimalistic interior? Here is a way out presented by Bridge Shelves designed in extremely simple way one can imagine for a shelf.

Bridge Shelves

Bridge Shelves

Shelves Inspired by Bridges

Bridge Shelves designed by Outofstock, and produced in Dania looks like several horizontal boards held by strings. They really look like suspension bridges and lack the sides and upper parts that usually make shelves look bulky. Rather heavy oak timber doesn’t allow shelves to swing and is quite reliable for items like books or flower vases. Iron rods will hold everything in place.

This is a perfect finding for those who try to save as much space in the house as possible. Because Bridge Shelves look so gentle and elegant, they serve a necessary function of souvenir storage and nothing more than that. You can move wooden plates by replacing them, moving up and down to accustom the shelf to your personal needs.

Inspired by great bridge constructions like Gloden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and Akashi Kaikyō Bridge at Awaji Island, Japan these shelves are lovely decorations for a room. Very tiny, may be but they fit ideally to the taste of those who don’t like wasting space for unnecessary decoration that doesn’t serve any function.

This shelf is amazing for several reasons. It is as elegant as any simple and neat construction may be. Serving its functions, Bridge Shelf looks very light and small. This is one of those things that adds style and stays unnoticed at the same time. Basically, dear minimalists, this is definitely what you are always looking for. Don’t you agree?

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