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Now you see it, now you don’t. The Vertical Conceal Shelf was designed by Miron Lior to display books like picture frames. Simply sandwich the shelf's front panel between a book's pages and cover, and secure it using the integrated clips beneath. Your beloved tome will appear to float against the wall.
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Weight capacity: 5 lbs.
Holds 1 book or record up to 1.5" thick
Mounting hardware included
L 7.25” W 5.90” H 1.80”
In 1978, graphic designer Paul Rowan made his own window shade. Impressed with his handiwork, he teamed up with Les Mandelbaum to start Umbra (meaning “shade” in Latin). This line of clever and casual home goods includes the work of top designers—like Karim Rashid’s IDEA Award-winning OH! chair and GARBINO garbage can, which has a place in MoMA’s permanent collection.