Giving items a place to nest helps keep spaces in order.
The following shelves are inspired by the natural design of trees and branches, and they are eye-catching ways to store household objects. These organizational designs can also be replicated with some do it yourself woodworking skill.
The library tree branch from woodcraft designer Olivier Dollé is made from birch veneer and oak wood.
With a focus on handmade woodworking designs as opposed to commercial productions, this arrangement can be installed in any room for a functional piece that pulls from the outdoors.
Booktree by industrial designer Kostas Syrtariotis offers a similar look. Syrtariotis says the system is a domestic bookcase tree that can be put together in about 10 minutes. It is handmade out of solid non-toxic woods and is also 100% recyclable.
The bilbao tree shelf from artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz was initially inspired from a fallen tree branch. The found limb was reworked at his studio and shaped into airy and spacious shelving for lighter items.
Metamorphosis, another unit from Errazuriz, captures the free flowing feel of branches. He stated that some of his handcrafted pieces are actually pulled from childhood recollections of natural forms, like climbing ivy and tree limbs.
Structures that are useful and add an element of organic style are great additions to any room that needs a little order.
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