The Draw a Line Series Uses Tension to Create Storage from Dead Space

 - Jan 29, 2018
References: mom.maison-objet & maison-objet
In Japan, space has long been a valuable resource, and the 'Draw a Line' collection from Heian Shindo shows the clever pieces that Japanese interior designers have invented to handle that issue. The series consists of several different tension rods, so called because they use the force of tension to easily install between any two parallel supports, allowing consumers to create a hanger out of otherwise wasted space.

One of the biggest benefits of the tension rod is that consumers need not have any tools to install it. The rods are telescoping, so they can fill spaces from 75 cm wide to 190 cm wide. Further, renters need not worry about asking to drill holes or use nails, since the rods hang with tension.

The Draw a Line series truly makes the most out of a single horizontal rod. It includes the rods themselves, but various pieces in the collection also provide shelves that can either hang from the rod or sit atop it, as well as lighting and hooks that are specifically designed to work with the system.