You’ve already used up as much wall space in the house for storage and decoration. But you still need more. Might be time to take advantage of those awkward wall corners. Not sure how to do that? Fortunately, you don’t have to come up with anything brilliant, since the Franklin Wall Shelf already exists.
Designed by Brad Musuraca for Tronk Design, it’s a two-level shelf bent at a 90-degree angle, allowing it to install in corners and store a good amount of gear, all while occupying a very small footprint. It’s not just space-saving, it’s also versatile, allowing it to be stored on both inner and outer corners of a room, so you can equip, practically, any corner in the house with its own set of shelves.
The Franklin Wall Shelf combines two frames bent at separate sections, causing one to push to the left and the other to push to the right, in order to line up their corners. This simple touch gives it a unique effect that makes the whole aesthetic a lot more decorative, even when you line up multiple units on the same corner. It’s offered in three options of material: cherry wood, maple, or walnut, each one built by hand and given a smooth finish. Dimensions are 20 x 20 x 23.75 inches (w x d x h), with the capacity to hold objects weighing a total of 150 pounds.
Available now, the Franklin Wall Shelf is priced at $320.