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A Tabletop Bookcase for Small Spaces

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 26, 2013 01:08 AM
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by Alexa last modified Jan 25, 2013

Spotted (and admired) at our latest holiday market in San Francisco: tabletop bookshelves designed by Erik Heywood of Book/Shop. The shelf, available in natural birch and walnut ply, was inspired by Bruno Mathsson's Book Crib , but designed to pack flat, slotting together for an instant set up. Heywood suggests using them as either a single shelf or in a continuous row, holding everything from paperbacks to art books and even LPs. N.B. Stay tuned: Later today, we'll be hearing from Heywood in our post Expert Advice: Erik Heywood Talks Books. Above: The SSB-1 in Natural Birch Ply is $99 directly from Book/Shop. Above: Each piece is cut and trimmed by hand, matte clear-coated, edge-banded, and hand rubbed with natural beeswax. Above: The bookshelves pack flat and are easily assembled by slotting each piece together. Above: The SSB-1 in Solid Walnut is $139 directly from Book/Shop. Above: Two bookshelves in walnut ply sit side by side at Heywood's Book/Shop pop-up shop. N.B.: Looking for more storage furniture? Sift through 118 of our favorite Bookshelves and Storage Shelving .




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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