Lean-To Shelving and Storage from Caroline Gomez by

Issue 74 · The Kids Are All Right · May 28, 2013

Lean-To Shelving and Storage from Caroline Gomez

Issue 74 · The Kids Are All Right · May 28, 2013

French designer Caroline Gomez takes the "lean to" concept in a streamlined and elegant direction with her series of wood shelves that lean against the wall for support. We think they're perfect for children, who seem to have an endless supply of projects, found objects, and the occasional trophy or medal that need displaying.  But then again, don't we all? 

Images via Caroline Gomez Mon Blog.  

Caroline Gomez, Contre Collection, The Console, The Bedside, Etager, Remodelista

Above: In her Contre Collection, Gomez designed The Console, The Bedside and The Shelf. 

Caroline Gomez Contre Collection, The Console, Remodelista

Above: The Console can be used in a narrow hall or in a small child's bedroom; €260.

Caroline Gomez, Contre Collection, The Bedside, Remodelista

Above: The Bedside; contact Caroline Gomez for more information.

Caroline Gomez, Contre Collection, Etagere, Remodelista

Above: The Shelf takes advantage of rooms with height; €290.

Caroline Gomez, The Ligne Longue, Remodelista

Caroline Gomez, The Ligne Longue, Remodelista

Above: A continuous groove in The Ligne Longue allows it to be used as a shelf and/or a picture rail, €45.

A good set of shelves can make a curator out of us all. See 254 images of Shelves in our Gallery of rooms and spaces. 



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