Collection by Kelsey Keith

Scouting Salone: Shelving and Storage

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Dwell is in Milan this week, reporting on the furniture industry's biggest design fair, Salone Internazionale del Mobile. Today we hit the ground running, and noticed quite a few storage pieces we'd like to call our own. Some have innovative operating mechanisms, and others luxe materials—either way, we're inspired to start shelving things, from books to DVD players.

Normann-Copenhagen's new storage system Kabino works as a media cabinet (since a remote control can work through the...
Cassina, part of the Poltrona Frau Group, had one of the moodiest, gorgeous, evocative booths around.
Danish company Onecollection holds the license to Finn Juhl's fantastic mid-century furniture, and they've just...
Kartell unveiled a bathroom collection in collaboration with Laufen, designed by Ludovica and Roberto Palomba.
Karl Andersson & Söner is a fourth-generation wood furniture manufacturer that has been operating in southern Sweden...
Offset shelving system by Tomás Alonzo for maxdesign.
Albed's very chic closet systems put regular old coat hangers to shame.
One of the many cheerful novelties in Valsecchi 1918's booth is the towering modular shelving unit shown here.
Magis is introducing a ton of new furniture for 2013, including some companions to Konstantin Grcic's past work, like...
Germany's Richard Lampert has great storage and shelving options in spades.
45°/vetrina units, a part of Ron Gila's Grado° collection for Molteni & C.
An eye-catching take on the wall-mounted bookshelf at Gruppo Sintesi.
Mikado cupboard designed by Swedish trio Front for Porro.
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