Taking inspiration from its own Ptolomeo and Ptolomeo Wall book shelf designs (pictures below the fold), the Italian designers at MOCO have applied the same space-saving, hidden shelving ethic to "Ex Libris," the table whose legs double as book
Bob's Tip of the Day: Rafters and exposed floor joists are especially good for storing long, skinny items like scrap lumber, skis, or drapery rods. For those, you just need to screw in a few hooks to hold the items, or screw in a few cross-pieces. For heavier items, you may need to screw in a more substantial plywood bottom. Be sure to protect your stored items from dust or moisture by keeping them wrapped in plastic or old sheets.
10 façons inventives de disposer des livres chez vous