Tetris Shelves, Brave Space Designs, Eco-friendly Shelving, Tetris Shelving, Tetris Furniture, Bamboo Furniture

When we ran a post on Brave Space’s Tetris shelves last year – we were inundated with traffic from Tetris lovers around the world. Many of you loved the shelves, others wrote in to complain about prices, and a surprising number of you posted instructions for making your own for under $50. Crafty…

However you feel about the first generation of Tetris Shelves, we’re sure you’ll be excited to hear that Brave Space has come out with a brand new version of the popular handcrafted shelves – and they are cheaper and more Tetrisy than the originals. The price has come down significantly, at $120 per block, and the Tetris-factor has gone way up.

Tetris Shelves – $120 a block
contact Bravespace for information on purchasing

This is the perfect furniture solution for the geeky Tetris fans out there. The new ones look a lot more like the real thing, with multi-colored backs to match the game. The backing also keeps your stuff more secure, functioning more like real shelves as opposed to the display-case style of the originals. You can even choose your own custom colors for the blocks!

+ Tetris Shelves

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  1. G Thomson March 12, 2009 at 11:14 am

    Luvin all of this but…they are just a touch cheap!!! xox gabby 😉

  2. ella millhouse March 4, 2008 at 6:55 am

    i love this design
    and it is fab

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  4. Blake May 3, 2007 at 11:24 pm

    Wow, I know I’ll be getting some of these. Might make them myself though…

  5. Marcus December 6, 2006 at 7:03 am

    hey for you out there that are looking for some cheaper blocks…get a hold of me at marcusdufrane@hotmail.com, I can get them for about 40 a block or cheaper.

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  9. Sheldon May 9, 2006 at 3:06 pm

    Thanks Jill, clearly I’m not as much of a Tetris addict as some here! 😉
    I think I’d prefer some more vibrant colours (much like the game).
    But mentioning customizable colours made me wonder… back lit each piece and then pick your own colours (even more cunning would be to link the same shapes together so they track the same colours). Oh well, more to add to my todo list I feel.

  10. Jill Fehrenbacher May 9, 2006 at 9:20 am

    Hi Sheldon-

    Tetris has tons of different color pallettes for every level. At least the version I played did!
    Anyways, you can customize the colors to anything you want. This is just a sample..

  11. Sheldon May 9, 2006 at 8:16 am

    But, but, but they’re the wrong colours! 😉

    ..I think I may have to investigate some home-made ones as finding some in the UK seems a bit, erm, non-existant. Still, it’ll make a nice change to my existing heavy-duty shelving scheme that I’ve currently been building to.

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