Whether it's a product of habit or the design of common furnishings, people often chose to line up their possessions on level shelves rather than tucking them way in bags, no matter how infrequently they might be used. A storage system called Les Grappes by Charlotte Talbot is rather inspired by the way one treats her effects when she brings them out of the house, keeping them safe in her handbag or a pocket.
Translating roughly to "Bunches" or "Clusters," this quirky concept replaces the shelf. It does however maintain the same principle of isolating groups of objects and applying them to a spatial hierarchy. Colored sacks are hung from wooden stands and wall mounts and they store assorted knickknacks and trinkets away from the eyes. Les Grappes by Charlotte Talbot can even be detached and toted if their contents are required in another room.