Roumelight, a company that specializes in creating unique illuminating concepts, added to its offerings with a lighted bookshelf that's inspired by the architecture of San Francisco's most iconic bridge.
In order to construct it, Roumelight crafted pillars from steel so that the shelf could easily hold a great weight of books. These are held up by a black steel surface that's supported by the red pillars, giving it the look of a road. Complementing all of this are moody red lights that illuminate the area beneath the shelf -- making the iconic bridge standout tremendously in one's home.
At the curved shape of the road-like surface doesn't allow for all that many books to be held up, Roumelight includes more storage space under it, making the decorative piece a functional home addition.
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Riley von Niessen — September 20, 2016 — Art & Design
References: roumelight & fubiz.net