Good Questions: What Can Replace My Metro Shelving?

Good Questions: What Can Replace My Metro Shelving?

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Maxwell Ryan
Oct 24, 2005

Hello AT,

I've been looking for a storage/shelving solution for my student bachelor pad for a long time now and have done a lot of research (including Apartment Therapy archive), but haven't found anything that fit my criteria.

I'm looking for a storage solution that replaces the black Metro Rack (dimensions: 36x14x55) in the corner next to the desk. The challenge is to find something stylish that hides the cable clutter and provides space for and easy access to a laptop computer, 2 printer, computer hard drives, audio equipment and possibly a few books. Maximum height around 60 inch. Should be minimalist/contemporary/mid-century in style that works with my rosewood desk, Knoll-style sofa and rosewood room-divider. (There is nothing more beautiful than rosewood!).

Thanks for your help! Roland

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Dear Roland, to hide all those cords you need something with doors and a back to it. And to match your Mid-C style, you need something classic, either Scandihoovian or Eamsitronic. The perfect thing would be the Case Study Shelving from Modernica or the same thing with the Eames name from Herman Miller. We would also look for a vintage piece at White on White Furniture. Anyone else?

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