Who said kids’ rooms can’t be trendy and use elements of classic design? Add a modern touch to your child’s room while keeping everything organized with String, a classic Scandinavian shelving system designed in 1949 by Nil Strinning. The minimalist wall shelving system can be configured in countless ways to fit your exact needs. Here are a few of our favorite examples…
No more storage issues! The shelves can be configured to fill an entire wall (photos 1 and 2] or used simply as an accent piece above a desk or a piece of furniture [photos 3, 4, and 5].
The best part about the String System shelf is its ability to grow with your child, from the baby stage as a changing station storage solution [photo 6] to the teen years as desktop storage for books and other collectibles.
Thanks to its variety of possible combinations, the String System shelf can always be rebuilt, reinvented and transformed. And when your kids don’t want it anymore, then you get to reuse it for yourself anywhere in the house. What a great and versatile piece!
Visit the String website for more information.