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String Pocket Shelving

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Item No. 100128434
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String Pocket Shelving

Price reduced from C$ 275.00 to C$ 233.75 15% off
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  • A streamlined system of expandable modern shelving.
  • Lacquered shelves in five colors.
  • Modular design.
  • 19¾" H 23⅝" W 6" D
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String Pocket Shelving
Price reduced from C$ 275.00 to C$ 233.75 15% off
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Designed by Swedish architect and designer Nils Strinning, String Shelving (1949) is easy to install and beautifully finished. The shelves are simple to move around, and when additional space is needed, you can add more units. This is the authentic String System. (Weight capacity per shelf: 55 lbs. for 24" shelves, 33 lbs. for 32" shelves. Max baseboard height for flush mounting with wall: 5.25”.) Made in Sweden.

Assembly and attachment of this item to a wall or other hard surface is not included in Threshold or In-Home Delivery.
  • A streamlined system of expandable shelving.
  • Lacquered shelves in five colors.
  • Modular design.
Brand
String Furniture
Collection
String Shelving Collection
General Dimensions
  • 19¾" H 23⅝" W 6" D
Assembly
Requires Assembly
Warranty
1-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
String Pocket Shelving

String Pocket Shelving

  • Height (in): 19¾
  • Width (in): 23⅝
  • Depth (in): 6
  • Weight Capacity (lbs): 55
  • #of Shelves: 3
  • Shelf Width (in): 23⅝
  • Shelf Depth (in): 6
  • Shelf Thickness (in): ¾
  • Powder-coated steel
  • MDF with lacquered finish

Nils and Kajsa Strinning

Although little known in the U.S., architects Nils and Kajsa Strinning were pioneers in a design that revolutionized storage systems in homes and offices in their native Sweden and eventually around the world, from the late 1940s well into the 21st century.

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