Do something fun with your storage. SVENSHULT wall shelf allows you to mount in a variety of ways and create things like creative patterns on the wall. Practical and personal at the same time.Article Number504.275.33
You can create a personal pattern on the wall by combining several wall shelves.
The mesh net is even enough to allow you to put mugs, books and decorations on it.
Mount the wall shelf with different sides facing up depending on what you want to store on it. For example, the edge on one side prevents books from sliding off.
Screws for wall mounting not included.
Different wall materials require different types of fixing devices. Use fixing devices suitable for the walls in your home.
If you are uncertain about what type of mounting devices to use, please contact your local hardware store.
- Steel, Nickel plated
Wipe clean using a damp cloth and a mild cleaner.
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
- Assembly instructionsSVENSHULT Wall shelf504.275.33Other documentsSVENSHULT Wall shelf504.275.33
Width: 60 cm (23 5/8 ")
Depth: 20 cm (7 7/8 ")
Height: 35 cm (13 3/4 ")
Max. load: 10 kg (22 lb)
- SVENSHULTArticle Number504.275.33
Width: 35 cm (13 ¾ ")
Height: 20 cm (7 ¾ ")
Length: 61 cm (23 ¾ ")
Weight: 1.20 kg (2 lb 10 oz)
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What is steel?
Steel has unique characteristics when it is stretched and shaped since it remains strong. It provides strength to everything from skyscrapers and cars to bed frames and outdoor furniture. The steel industry is moving in the direction of more energy-efficient production and stronger steel qualities. It doesn’t lose any of its properties when recycled and today steel is one of the most recycled materials in the world.
"My idea when I designed SVENSHULT was to make a wall shelf that has an industrial look while feeling light and airy. A bit like entering a room with high ceilings – it’s simply a nice feeling. The mesh net is practical but also gives the shelf nice lighting effects and makes it feel vibrant. With SVENSHULT you can do something fun with storing and displaying things, like mounting several shelves in different ways and creating an imaginative pattern on the wall.”