6 best shelving rack designs
Shelves are not only a very functional feature of any interior design, their flexibility in the design process also makes them a nice way of featuring decoration pieces in the interior without seeming redundant or obsolete. A good shelf design takes a simple concept and delivers it with a panache that ramps up the overall ambiance of any room. Today, we will be looking at seven best shelving rack designs in our library.
This specific shelving rack was designed to display small car models. The concept may have been derived from ‘motion’ as the racks design is a series of complicated pathways that have niches in between. The aesthetic of this shelving rack comes from it longitudinal design – the longer it is, the more visual panache it presents to the overall interior design of the room.
2. In-between puzzle
This shelving unit is a mediator between two spaces. If it had not been constructed there, in the way that it is designed, the entire wall would have seemed too bland. Its puzzle figurine concept creates a visual dynamic that seamlessly connects the two spaces on the open floor without either one of them seeming too dreary.
3.Through the looking glass
This shelving unit is not part of only one, but two spaces in a single visual entreaty. The wall space above the living room has been designed as an open window formation, and the shelf on the opposite wall creates such an amazing 3-dimensional, creatively charged intervention through both space.
4. Simple and sweet
This credenza one-big, one-small formation creates a simple and sweet design that ramps up the ambiance of the space with the help of an effective lighting techniques and strong decoration pieces that match the color scheme to a T.
5. Full-scale and one-shot
This full wall shelving unit is part media wall and part everything-in-between. Its design is so visually dynamic, yet so contemporary that it seems one of a kind despite having quite a general design aesthetic.
6. In and out
This particular rack is extremely visually dynamic. Not only does it make the wall an inherent backdrop of its design, but it also creates a dynamic solid-transparent surface relationship that appeals to the eye. The fashionable decoration pieces inside each transparent block adds depth to the overall physical design.