Stackable display shelves aren’t exactly a new idea. Brix’s clever design and sustainable material, however, should make it a highly-attractive option for folks looking to add modular storage furniture anywhere in the house.
Made by Honeytree Design, the shelves use rectangular modules with nubby edges that can interlock, ensuring they won’t be easy to move out of place once stacked together. That way, a stack of these things won’t simply topple over when someone leans on them unwittingly, making it suitable for placing even in highly-frequented areas of the house.
Each Brix shelf is made from high-strength twin-walled cardboard, which are durable enough to support over 40 pounds of weight. It’s laminated, so you don’t have to worry about occasional spills rotting the setup, all while being 100 percent recyclable, so they don’t have to end up in a landfill once their useful life runs out. Dimensions are 60 x 27 x 41 inches (length x width x height), with a storage area that’s perfectly sized to hold shoes, books, bookshelf speakers, and other common household items. One side of each Brix, by the way, is painted black, while the other has a natural cardboard finish, so you can easily change up the way your stack looks at any time.
Available now, Brix is priced at $47 each.