The Flex Closet Has Stretchy Strings Instead of Stiff Shelving

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: May 10, 2013 • References: yondermagnetik &
Most bookcases are actually greatly restrictive, offering you only rectangular cubbies for the storage of your assorted possessions. They often provide adaptability only in the form of adjustable notches for spacing out rigid panels. The Flex Closet is different.

Five MDF boards can be easily assembled to create a tall freestanding frame for the bookshelf. You might be surprised not to find any ledges to arrange inside, but rather clusters of perforations in the long sides that invite you to string elastic cords across the Yonder Magnetik piece. Sets of two and four holes encourage the ropes' reinforcement so that the Flex Closet can hold all types of garments on all sorts of unexpected angles. Stats for Cord-Supported Storage Systems Trending: Older & Mild
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