Fire Escape Shelving

May 29, 2014

Category: Living

After seeing Godzilla, we’re really jonesin’ to film our own monster movie. We don’t have much money for special effects or a lavish set, but if we go ahead with our plan to use an entire cast of ferrets, this Fire Escape Shelving ought to do the trick nicely.

Of course, even if you don’t want to create the next D-grade movie (which, by the way, would still trump the ’98 Godzilla), this bit of home décor would look awesome in just about any room. With three shelves, each one measuring 12 inches wide and 4 inches deep, there’s ample room for small plants, shot glasses, and knick-knacks galore. It’s made from hand-welded epoxy-coated steel, and the complete unit is 24 inches tall. [Purchase]

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