Original Cubitec Shelving

I am totally for the wooden furniture, but I also admit that sometimes this is not the best solution. For example when you store things in the kids room it’s better to use some lightweight plastic shelves rather than the big and heavy wooden shelves that might hurt the kids in case they fall over them or can be easier to move. Plastic is also preferred in the moist places, in the bathroom and kitchen  or in the basement where the wood would catch mold and why not in modern offices. I personally like this original Cubitec shelving because it’s colourful and also very easy to adjust in any kind of space.

I know, I would never place this furniture item in my living room , but now I am talking about its usefulness , especially in the kids room or where you must get creative to store things. I think the most important feature of this shelving is the fact that you can use the “cubes” and combine them so as to obtain different shapes and sizes for your furniture. This way you save time and money and have the perfect solution for the most difficult places.

The material used  is 100 percent recyclable lightweight injection-molded polypropylene, so environmentally friendly, too. You can purchase it now for $225 and also see more possible combination if you follow my link.

Published by in Kids, Office Design Ideas, on April 1st, 2011


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