It's just pretty impossible to go wrong with a cotton-weave knit as thick as this. CB2's affordable option is the ideal size for a smaller apartment, where space might be an issue and putting your feet up is a necessity.
One frustrating thing about standard shelves is that they don't often accommodate for items of different heights; It's often tough to fit a vase or a few records alongside your paperbacks. This steel and sheet metal unit will allow you to display all your things together (although you might need to invest in some bookends).
The terrarium we made months ago is still—miraculously—alive and well, which gives us a boost of confidence to take on slightly more ambitious planting scheme. These galvanized steel planters work both indoors and outside, offering a sleek-but-inexpensive addition to the green scheme in our little apartment.
Well, this is nice. Red isn't really a part of our current domestic color scheme, but somehow this bright bookshelf seems like it would work in spite—or because—of its bold hue. The powder-coated steel frame could stand up against oversized hardbacks, magazine backissues, record collections, or any number of combinations of knicks, knacks, bits and bobs, and for those without the floor space it can also be wall-mounted.