If there is anything some women want more than clothes and shoes, it is plenty of space for storing these precious items. We ran across this very well organized walk-in-closet designed by Hosun Ching and are certain most of you ladies out there will enjoy it. This pretty and very practical furniture piece discovered on Flodeau opens up into a mini-fitting room (complete with mirrors !) and then closes back into an elegant compact locker.
The designer explained that “the depth of a standard wardrobe is 60cm. That is simply not practical, because it means that you literally lose sight of your clothing; and what you don’t see, you don’t wear. Walk-In Closet is a smart storage unit designed to solve this problem. The focus is on organization and visibility. There are drawers for accessories and the reduced depth does away with those hidden stacks“. We have to say we are impressed by its features-how does it look from your end?
The String shelf system was designed in 1949 by the swedish architect and designer Nils Strinning. Easy to assemble and reposition, this well-formed system, with its ingenious design, is stable and functional. String® is available in several formats: the classic system, plex (launched in 1953), pocket (2005) and works (2014). The SH05 Arie shelf was designed by Arik Levy in 2008 for E15. The clever design enables a multitude of seamless combinations, made possible without any obvious visual repetition. Arie functions well as a bookcase, room divider, sideboard or storage unit.
Bet you never expected this! Another example featured on Giddy Upcycled shows an armoire transformed into a big, beautiful birdcage for live birds. Of course, the glass is replaced again with more appropriate cage-like netting. Neat idea if you want to show off your feathery friends in style.