Scandinavian design has a rich tradition of wall shelves, from Alvar Aalto's first experiments with curved wood to the brilliant modular String system, invented after the war to store paperback books. The multiplicity of shapes, from pocket shelves to office shelves, offers a wide range of uses. The diversity of colors and materials (wood, metal, glass, etc.) makes it possible to elegantly dress different interior styles. 

String Furniture Wall Shelves

String Shelving System
Nils Strinning
String furniture

String Pocket Shelf
Nils Strinning
String furniture

Carl Hansen & Søn

Bibliothèse Modulable FK63
Fabricius & Kastholm, 1963
Carl Hansen & Søn

Gubi Wall Shelves

Matégot Biblio-Démon Shelves
Mathieu Matégot

Matégot Dedal Bookshelf
Mathieu Matégot

Artek Wall Shelves

REB 007 Kaari Shelf
Ronan et Erwan Bouroullec

FDB Møbler Wall Shelves

B5 Shelf
Børge Mogensen, 1940’
FDB Møbler

Muuto Wall Shelves

Mini Stacked Modular Shelving System
JDS Architects

Folded Shelf
Johan van Hengel

Vitra Wall Shelves

Hay Wall Shelves

Pivot Shelf
Lex Pott

Skagerak Wall Shelves

Cutter Wardrobe
Niels Hvass

&Tradition Wall Shelves

Column Shelves
John Astbury, 2019

Normann Copenhagen Wall Shelves

Hartô Wall Shelves

Other Brands

Panton Wire Cube
Verner Panton, 1971
Montana møbler

Panel System
Finn Juhl, 1953
House of Finn Juhl

Frame Pin Board
Ferm Living