Everyone loves to change the setting or arrange their room from time to time. If you are someone who loves the constant change in the environment, the Ledoux modular shelf system is ideal for you. It is a highly customizable shelving system built around a boxy wooden spine or column with symmetrical cut-outs that look like its branches.
Modular shelf system with unconventional touch
The central column has several grooves or cut-outs to conveniently slot in the shelves of various shapes and sizes. So, you can easily align them in the middle. Or even shift some of the shelves to the right or left, as per your preference. The shelving design allows you to be as creative as you can be.
This modular shelf is designed by Natalie Shook for Piscina along with her architect husband Wes Rozen, who wanted to break free from conventional designs. In short, you don’t have to stick to the first-locked layout. You can conveniently rearrange everything within a few minutes per your needs. However, you have to be willing enough to remove and put the shelves back again in the desired slot.
It functions more than a shelving system
You can take rearrange this shelving system as a fun activity to keep changing the look of your room. If you ask us, it works more than a standard shelving system. According to its configuration, you may use its one section as a deck with ample space to keep your work essentials. However, it is not like a typical work design as it lacks drawers. But if you are a sucker for eccentric design, it’s perfect.
This is indeed an interesting modular shelf with some quirkiness. The best part is that it liberates a homeowner from being stuck to one aesthetics. With its rearranging shelves, you can make it a decorative as well as fucntional part of your interior space.