Avon Adjustable Reclaimed Scaffolding Shelves Mounted on Painted OSB with Removable Threaded Peg Supports
This was another great commission... our clients in Bristol who commissioned the Wow Wall 3 needed some dining room shelves and gave us free reign to come up with a totally new design for them ! We wanted to use the painted OSB again, so this time we used it as a backdrop... we painted it in the same metallic graphite as was used in the pull out boxes in the Wow Wall system... we came up with the idea to use threaded rods as the shelf supports and implanted a grid of screw in apertures into the OSB so the positions of the supports and shelves can be adjusted... or if they aren't required to be, they still look super cool !!!
... Everything we do is made to order and because we design and make everything ourselves we can easily accommodate any design requirements you might have... just contact us for a chat... pretty much all of our listings are a result of other client's requests so prices are indicative of a bespoke product - the price won't dramatically increase because you want to add a few centimetres here or take a few centimetres away there - we're not importing and selling hundreds of products of a particular size... We make everything ourselves from raw materials in our little workshop in an old Victorian hat factory in Manchester...... The design process is really varied... but generally speaking it is done remotely as we have clients all over the world... thank goodness for technology ! With a combination of email, scanned sketches, technical spec drawings, skype, phone calls, emails and sending samples in the post we can achieve a totally fool proof bespoke design service... generally with the more complicated projects we do the install, but not always...... we just love what we do and love to provide a great bespoke service... why buy off the shelf when there's just no need to... we can create something totally unique for you !
The unit pictured here is 1200mm wide x 250mm deep x 1200mm high... but the sky's the limit...