The minimalist Tonic Shelving Unit by Reinhard Dienes Diaz

Modular and versatile, the Tonic shelving unit is perfect for any room of the house. It can be used as a media console, a display unit, a storage unit in the dining room, in the bedroom, in the office and even in the kitchen. It’s also a friendly unit that can be used in children’s rooms as they grow up and it would also be suitable for teenager’s bedrooms.The Tonic shelving unit was designed by Reinhard Dienes Diaz for Ames. It’s part of the Tonic collection and it features a very simple, minimalist even design. It’s also a playful piece of furniture that offers maximum flexibility. The Tonic shelving unit is very easy to assemble.

Moreover, this piece doesn’t require any screws or any other tools. The unit is very versatile. It can be used wither horizontally or vertically, according to the customer’s wishes and the space available.

The shape and orientation of the unit can be changed in only a few minutes. This would also change the entire room’s character and look. The Tonic collection also includes similar sideboards, tables and benches. They are all made of massive wood such as beech, walnut or oak. The pieces are also available in a large variety of finishes. The Tonic shelving unit rests on black legs that give it a charming look. The legs and the shelf body can also be supplied in different colors and finishes.

Published by in Bookshelves, on February 25th, 2012


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