The 360 Shelf Brings a Practical Angle to Storing Individual Items

By: Amelia Roblin - Jan 6, 2015
References: 360shelf & yankodesign
Sure, a horizontal surface might be the most inclusive setup for stashing books and trinkets from around the house; however, that straight-edged solution pales in comparison to the character of the 360 Shelf. Designed by Luka Pirnat, this quirky storage system can contain a handful of reading materials, taking up very little space on your wall and delivering whimsical visual intrigue.

Solid beach wood frames have two beveled inner edges that offer a right-angled slot for the insertion of books, DVDs and other rectilinear contents. It is up to the user to decide if the 360 Shelf should be slanted, or if the items should be tilted, for there will always be a 45-degree shift between the two. This storage method with a twist further encourages you to create interesting arrangements of many open cubbies across the wall.