Domino Bookshelves

If you want a modern living room and also need to use some shelves, but some special ones, not just any kind of ordinary shelves, you should consider getting the Domino bookshelves from Porada. This fine Italian furniture manufacturer offers a wide variety of original and beautiful products. These bookshelves are made of glass, but it is thick and come in transparent or fume and it looks so good against a white wall. You can use these glass cubes that are supported by a metal pole to display different decorative items or books, depending on your wish and taste.

The metal pole of the bookshelf is fixed to the wall or to the ceiling – whatever is the place that you decide to use for placing it and after that you put the shelves around this pole. Of course, the glass cubes are fixed to the pole with the help of some rings that allow each container to be moved around it independently.

As you can see from the pictures, the size and position of the glass containers can vary a lot and you can use them in the living room for a modern design and a particular appearance of your home. The designer, T. Colzani, proves to have had quite a brilliant inspiration when creating this piece of furniture and you can use it to create your own style at home.



Published by in Bookshelves, on March 27th, 2011

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