In my recent move, the one thing I left behind was my truly awful bookcase, which I knew I’d hang onto if I didn’t abandon it 1,200 miles from my new home. Unfortunately, my dreams of something original and innovative crumbled under the urgency to unpack and I resentfully paid for a generic replacement from Ikea.

If only I’d been as clever as the designers at Unal and Boler, who created hangers for their books. The suspended stainless steel rectangles each hold only four or five books, but can be hung vertically, one from the next, creating a modular gridwork, made interesting through the addition of your literature.











Unal and Boler
via: mocoloco (from Milan)