Modular shelving


Modular shelving

Mod­u­lar designs allow you to store many things that we some­times find it so hard to part with. Bulky cab­i­nets are a thing of the past, they are being replaced by mod­ern, com­fort­able, light, roomy racks. They do not clut­ter up the inte­ri­or space, they are char­ac­ter­ized by the absence of doors, rear and side pan­els.


  • Shelv­ing in the inte­ri­or
  • Mul­ti­func­tion­al­i­ty and ver­sa­til­i­ty
  • Mod­u­lar fur­ni­ture can be divid­ed into sev­er­al groups

Shelving in the interior

hoff mod­u­lar shelv­ing can be rearranged in any order to cre­ate dif­fer­ent com­bi­na­tions. Uni­ver­sal design is suit­able for any room: bed­room, nurs­ery, liv­ing room, office. If the apart­ment has a dress­ing room, then the shelv­ing there is an indis­pens­able thing.

Shelv­ing can be used as a space divider. Even for a small room, you can choose a prof­itable option. Sec­tions, dif­fer­ent in height, depth, design, are eas­i­ly mod­i­fied. Easy to attach shelf, draw­er, draw­er.

An asym­met­ri­cal design will help make an elon­gat­ed room look squar­er. Open shelves give light­ness and airi­ness to the room, do not visu­al­ly over­load the space.

Multifunctionality and versatility

Accord­ing to the type of con­struc­tion, sec­tions can be not only a light­weight ver­sion with­out walls and draw­ers, but also mul­ti­func­tion­al. Prop­er­ly select­ed mod­els allow you to use the entire space from floor to ceil­ing.

You can adjust the height and num­ber of shelves. High what­nots under the ceil­ing are attached to the wall to avoid tip­ping over. Designs with draw­ers are locat­ed at the bot­tom, open shelves are at the top.

Modular furniture can be divided into several groups

  • To the liv­ing room. It is used both for stor­ing books, dish­es, appli­ances, and for zon­ing a room. The floor ele­ment serves as a stand for a TV or audio sys­tem.
  • To the dress­ing room. The com­bi­na­tion of shelves opti­mal­ly orga­nizes the stor­age space. Wire bas­kets are com­fort­able and roomy. Clothes rails save space. Hang­ing sec­tions are designed for hats or shoe­box­es. It is advis­able to choose durable met­al racks that can with­stand sol­id loads.
  • In the hall­way The rack can be equipped with hooks, hang­ers, a cross­bar for clothes. Open struc­tures are con­ve­nient for stor­ing umbrel­las, shoes, hats.
    To the kitchen. Racks are con­ve­nient for stor­ing items that the host­ess uses every day.
  • To the office. Shelves where doc­u­ments, sta­tionery, lit­er­a­ture will be stored help to orga­nize the work­place cor­rect­ly.
  • To the nurs­ery. An open sys­tem is suit­able where toys, text­books, clothes can be placed.
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For zon­ing. You can divide the space with a light rack with open shelves. You can put any inte­ri­or acces­sories or pots with plants on them. Get a mini green­house.

When choos­ing a mod­u­lar shelv­ing, con­sid­er the func­tions that it will per­form. When pur­chas­ing the right num­ber of items, remem­ber that you can always expand the design if nec­es­sary.







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