One Shelving System, Five Ways

One Shelving System, Five Ways

Sarah Coffey
Aug 14, 2009
The Cubitec and Cubit shelving systems, designed by Doron Lachisch, are favorites among Apartment Therapy readers. (The difference being that Cubitec shelves are 10-13.25 inches deep, while Cubits are slightly deeper at 13.5 inches.) Their modular design allows them to be stacked vertically or horizontally, stepped or square. We've seen them put to inventive use in lots of small homes... The 2008 version of Lachisch's Cubitec shelving ($245-$265 for a kit of 12 panels that produces up to 4 shelves) can be purchased through Design Within Reach (it is not compatible with earlier versions of the shelves), and the Lachisch Cubits can be purchased through Smart Furniture ($150 for a kit). SHOWN ABOVE1 Translucent room divider: Bryan's home2 Media center: Idea Chick's apartment3 Home office shelving: Tamie and Vincent's loft4 Shelving + side table: Melissa and Matt's Home5 Bedroom room divider: Lucas' apartment RELATED POSTS10 Ways to Style Cube ShelvesWraparound Bookcases, Five WaysOne Table, Five WaysOne Bench, Five WaysGlobe Pendant Lamps, Five Ways Photos: Idea Chick, Bryan, Tamie and Vincent, Evan Thomas, Lucas
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