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Fully Adjustable Asymmetric Reclaimed Scaffolding Timber Boards and Dark Steel Pipe Shelves

Asymmetric Reclaimed Scaffolding Boards and Dark Steel Pipe Shelving/Bookcase – Its salvaged vintage industrial design works perfectly in a sophisticated, casual living space.

This shelving system can be made to measure to your own specifications. The shelves pictured here were designed for a client who had two curved chimney breasts (bottom left and top right) so this system fits perfectly in between them… we photographed them out of context in our workshop before despatching – we think they look pretty cool just as a stand alone option – love the asymmetry !

They are 2870mm wide, 2076mm tall and 220mm deep… but the sky’s the limit…

The scaffolding boards pictured in this example were simply brushed down so they retained a gritty raw look and then finished with a clear varnish, but anything you choose to use can be distressed/stained/painted/polished up etc to create any required finish.

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 clients’ 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 my our workshop here in Manchester…

… 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 !

Please contact us to discuss any ideas or obtain quotes.

All systems will come with detailed installation and build instructions… they are amazingly easy to put together and install… you just need a regular DIYer drill and suitable fixings for the wall they are to be mounted on… or neither of these if you choose a freestanding option… it’s just a case of screwing components together in the right order.

Please contact us to discuss any ideas or obtain quotes…