magnetic shelves You can’t always fit a large bookshelf into a living area, so Henry Julier designed the Magneto shelving system: each piece of wood contains super-strong neodymium magnets that allow the shelves to stick to fridges, whiteboards or other surfaces. They may not be strong enough to hold up your entire book collection, but they’re perfect for sticking a few up here and there.
The Book of Household Management. By Isabella Beeton. 1st edition of 1861. The British Library copy is at shelf mark C194a507. The frontispiece illustration of a farmyard scene is entitled: ' "The free, fair homes of England" '. It is after Henry George Hine and is engraved by H N Woods.
Chevron Shelves is a minimalist design created by Australian-based designer Henry Wilson. Chevron Shelves is a stacking, modular shelf made from four pieces of precision milled Birch-ply. The shelves can be used as a single unit for magazines, books and files, or stacked in several configurations. The maximum spine length for stacking is 117mm. (7)