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10 Easy Pieces: Wall-Mounted Shelving Systems

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The advantages to wall-mounted, modular shelving systems are myriad: They can be engineered to fit any space, and unlike built-ins, they can be disassembled and reinstalled if you relocate. Here's a roundup of our finds. Above: The Royal System Shelving Unit C is available in oak and walnut and priced at $5,985 at Design Within Reach. Above: The iconic  Vitsoe 606 Universal Shelving System , designed by Dieter Rams in 1960, is a favorite of design aficionados. The system offers infinite configurations: various shelf widths and lengths, drawers, and desks available to suit any storage needs. An aluminum E-track and pin enables the shelves and cabinets to be easily hung and configured as needed. The Vitsoe is an investment, but it's a system you can add to over the years; the setup shown above costs $6,020; the cabinets run at around $1,000 each (four shown), and the shelves between $90 and $100, depending on length. Available in black, off-white, and beech, exclusively in the US through the  Vitsoe Shop  in New York and online at  Vitsoe . Above: Made in Brooklyn, the  Atlas Industries as4 Shelving System  is available in white oak, maple, and walnut with sturdy steel brackets (custom color paint is also an option). The 91-inch-wide white oak configuration with desk included above costs $9,525. Components are priced individually; the full pricing list is available on the Atlas site (along with an easy  as4 Builder Guide) . Above: The wall-mounted  Eiermann  Shelving Unit  was designed in 1932 by German architect Egon Eiermann. Now produced by Richard Lampert, the Eiermann shelves feature stainless steel supports and shelves available in white melamine, solid oak, and white powder-coated finish. The  Five-Shelf Eiermann Shelving Unit  is available at Twenty Twenty-One; pricing begins at £722 ($1,127). Contact  Richard Lampert  for details and retailers. Above: The classical String shelf modular system was designed in 1946 by Swedish architect and designer Nils "Nisse" Strinning. The  String Pocket Shelf  is available for $195 in the US from Nordic Design. The full  String Shelf System  shown in oak and white above is available in the UK for £1,275 ($1,989) from Nest. Above: The  Ekby Järpen/Ekby Gällö Wall Shelf in White  is $74.97 at Ikea. Above: The Aliante Shelving System by Rodolf Dordoni for Capellini is available with polished chromed nickel supports and shelves in oak or mahogany. The shelves are available directly through Cappellini and at  for £2,130 ($3,322). Above: The Helix White Oak 70-Inch Wall-Mounted Bookcase features four fixed blond quartersawn oak veneer shelves on a squared metal tube frame of powder-coated carbon that can be mounted across a wall. Each ladder is 30 inches wide and 70 inches in height; $199 from CB2. Above: Favored by architects and widely used in university settings, the straightforward, well-engineered  Rakks System  offers well priced durable shelving manufactured in Needham, Massachusetts, by the Rangine Corporation. Components and pricing available at  Rakks Store . Above: A budget option from the Container Store, the Driftwood and Platinum Elfa Living Room Shelving is $394.69 (as shown above), also available with individual components. See more  Storage  ideas in our posts. 13 Clever Storage Ideas for the Closet 15 Storage Ideas to Steal from High-End Kitchen Systems Editors' Picks: 14 Favorite Storage Solutions in Our Own Homes N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on May 19, 2010, as part of our Outdoor Living issue. More Stories from Remodelista Domestic Science Tip: How to Remove Water Stains from Wallpaper Steal This Look: The Organized Utility Closet, Complete with Sink Domestic Science Tip: How to Clean a Dishwasher






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