Given how much I prattle on about acrylic as an organizational material (I do do that, don’t I?)–
[Quick review session: acrylic is much more substantial, sturdy, and lux as compared to its inferior iteration–plastic, while being less fragile than glass. It helps to constantly achieve a clean look and feel, and, is it’s nearly invisible, it’s ultra cramped-space-friendly.]
–it’s rather surprising that I haven’t yet divulged to you this earth-shaker:
It’s possible to get your daily dose of acrylic in the form of shelving.
Check it (don’t wreck it):
Kitchen storage courtesy of acrylic shelves;
closet-flavored acrylic shelving;
acrylic action in the bath;
office storage and bookshelves of the acrylic variety.
I’m finding myself quite infatuated with the concept currently.
Because they’re mainly structural due to the lack of color etc., acrylic shelves feel edgy; sleek, and also simultaneously melts away into the wall behind, showcasing whatever items they’re storing.
A few sourced for you convenience:
2. Floor ShelfVanessa De Vargas, Photo by Derek Shapton via Dwell; 2. (clockwise from top) Lonny Magazine, Clos-ette, unknown; 3. photo by Seth Smoot for Joanna Goddard, Real Simple; 4. Wisteria, Turquoise LA Architectural Digest