The A Line Shoe Rack by Form and Refine sorts out that age-old problem of where to stick all your shoes. A clever lean-to design allows the shoe rack to lean up against the wall without using any fixings. By weighting the piece towards the wall and utilising non-slip rubber feet, the asymmetric design is superbly stable.

Most shoe types will sit nicely on the rack and three pairs fit widthways on four shelves. That's a total capacity of 12 shoes (not including using the floor below), which makes it enough for most families collection of daily footwear. The top is level enough for it to create a space for keys, or whatever else you need by the front door. The solid oak rack is finished with either oil or a white oil: This can easily be reapplied as needed to keep the piece looking nice forever.

Herman Studio on the design: "The aim with this shoe rack was to design a furniture that can store enough shoes without taking up too much space. At the same time our wish was to utilize the height of the shoe rack for a functional shelf."

A Line Shoe Rack
by Form & Refine

White Oiled Oak
Oiled Oak
£577.00

The A Line Shoe Rack by Form and Refine sorts out that age-old problem of where to stick all your shoes. A clever lean-to design allows the shoe rack to lean up against the wall without using any fixings. By weighting the piece towards the wall and utilising non-slip rubber feet, the asymmetric design is superbly stable.

Most shoe types will sit nicely on the rack and three pairs fit widthways on four shelves. That's a total capacity of 12 shoes (not including using the floor below), which makes it enough for most families collection of daily footwear. The top is level enough for...

The A Line Shoe Rack by Form and Refine sorts out that age-old problem of where to stick all your shoes. A clever lean-to design allows the shoe rack to lean up against the wall without using any fixings. By weighting the piece towards the wall and utilising non-slip rubber feet, the asymmetric design is superbly stable.

Most shoe types will sit nicely on the rack and three pairs fit widthways on four shelves. That's a total capacity of 12 shoes (not including using the floor below), which makes it enough for most families collection of daily footwear. The top is level enough for it to create a space for keys, or whatever else you need by the front door. The solid oak rack is finished with either oil or a white oil: This can easily be reapplied as needed to keep the piece looking nice forever.

Herman Studio on the design: "The aim with this shoe rack was to design a furniture that can store enough shoes without taking up too much space. At the same time our wish was to utilize the height of the shoe rack for a functional shelf."

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In stock items are available for immediate dispatch from our London-based warehouse. The daily cut-off time is 12:00 am for same day shipping, orders placed in the afternoon will be shipped the following day. Please refer to inventory levels above for live stock availability.

Dimensions:
Width: 72 cm, Height: 100 cm, Depth: 25 cm.

Weight: 7.8Kg

Solid European oak construction finished with white oil or natural oil.
Non-slip rubber feet

Made in Europe.

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Herman Studio

This product is designed by
Herman Studio

Herman Studio was founded in 2012 by two architects; Helle Herman Mortensen and Jonas Herman Pedersen. Their work spans from textile, ceramics, lighting and furniture design to interior design.

A characteristic of their design is each objects’ clear distinct silhouette. Working with an identifiable outline for each object, makes the design stand out simply, clearly and recognisably. Their great passion for design is in addition to aesthetics especially about construction and the use of materials. They work using a methodical and sequential process between sketches, models and prototypes. Their design process often starts by studying construction methods which plays a central role throughout the entire design process in their own workshop.

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