Brass Rail Shelving

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We previously wrote about a stunning multifunctional table that combines a striking look with plenty of functionality and about a lamp that also doubles as a planter. Now we’re happy to introduce another practical and simply beautiful design from the Canadian Object/Interface studio. The Brass Rail shelf system combines convenient features, elegance, craftsmanship, and robust materials in one. The golden brass tone perfectly complements the darker brown color of the sapele wood to create an eye-catching statement piece.

Beautiful and modern, the Brass Rail also offers numerous functional features. The fully adjustable shelves are easy to mount at 4’’ increments and in 21 different positions, to create the ideal unit for your needs. Measuring 27’’ in width, the shelves will hold even the heaviest of design and art books – up to 100lbs per shelf, and they also provide generous space at the back to hide cables. The unit is easy to assemble and features two conveniently reversible shelves that tuck away toward the wall or open forward. Handmade from premium materials and designed to last a lifetime, the unit will age beautifully over time, with the wood darkening to an even richer color and the brass gaining a gorgeous patina. The Brass Rail is meant to become a cherished part of the home and be used and loved by generations. Buy here.

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