Ryan Evelyth - Booth #5

Design Showcase 2012

Design: LEDG
Materials: wood, sealant, stain, brads, hinges, screws, staples, non-slip feet and strips

Pitch: "Shoes are too lovely to be kept hidden in a closet. After you go out on the town in those heels, let them continue looking good, while hanging out on LEDG. LEDG is the pretty, practical, piece of furniture that features several ledges for displaying and storing your heels and pumps."

"Say goodbye to the pile of shoes on the floor, or the hidden away shelf in the closet. LEDG is the 21st century jewelry display for your heels, and it keeps each perfect pump on display for ease of selection and storage. LEDG is not only functional and fashionable, but collapsible, and convenient as well. Crafted from solid, sturdy, and decorative hardwood, LEDG leans soundly against any wall, fitted with non-slip feet and perches on which each pair of your shoe art can daintily rest. Wall securing hardware is also included with each LEDG, for that extra bit of security. Available in 6' and 4' versions. The 6' version features hinges that allow compact folding for relocation or packing, so it's as easy to move around as the 4' version. LEDG is one of the many design inventions from the minds at halftone.tv, who specialize in creating stylish and practical items that make life more beautiful and bearable."

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DESIGNER INFO

Designer: Ryan Evelyth
Link: halftone.tv
Location: Fargo, ND


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About Design Showcase 2012: Every September we celebrate the best new creations for the home. We're hosting a select number of independent designers, makers and creatives from around the world, giving them some precious real estate and watching them pitch their wares. Our panel of judges and editors along with our general body of readers will select a few exemplary exhibitors for special mention.

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