Stage Interactive Shelf by Spell

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Living

While cutting the cord (as in getting rid of cable TV) is a trend that’s steadily growing, cutting other types of cords will just leave you with a dead electronic device. And yet, our desires for less clutter remain as strong as ever. Spell’s Stage Interactive Shelf offers a solution.

This appears to be a simple shelf at first, but then reveals itself to be a reverse drawer as it slides out from the wall and shows off its space for charging your gear, as well as room for a five-plug power strip you can place inside. On top you’ll find a slot for sending your charging cables through, and the inside of the drawer is coated in foam rubber to keep your gadgets soft and safe. The rest of the unit is crafted from solid American walnut or European oak, with coated steel in the mix as well. [Purchase]

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