The BDI Stiletto 5702 Double Shelf - 32" Wide is a double-width leaning ladder shelf that makes excellent use of vertical space and features sleek and smokey grey glass shelves that provide ample open storage and display space.
Stiletto adds dramatic contrast to any wall with its clean look and strong architectural lines. Whether using a single shelf alone or combining multiples to fill a complete wall, this versatile ladder shelf system can create storage solutions of any size.
Providing a perfect storage solution in smaller spaces, the Stiletto single and double shelves make great use of vertical space with a small footprint. But if you are looking to make a true statement, select a Stiletto shelf system that combines multiple shelves, creating dramatic wall systems with loads of storage space.
Design FeaturesWith its sleek and timeless design, Stiletto is perfect for display or storage and pairs beautifully with pieces from other BDI media and office collections.
Open DisplayGrey-tinted tempered glass shelves are secured to the frame, recessing as the slope ascends, providing ample storage and display space for books and a lifetime of treasures.
Stable & SecureFour precise leveling points ensure that the shelf rests securely against the wall and evenly upon the floor.
A Shelving Unit with VersatilityThe Stiletto double shelf (5702) can be used alone or combined with other shelves in the system to create the perfect solution for your space.
- Open Display Shelves
- Grey-Tinted Tempered Glass
- Solid walnut
- Lacquered finish
- Four Point Leveling System
- Safety strap to attach to wall
- Preconfigured Designs Available
- Total weight approximately 75 lbs
- Solid Wood
Matthew Weatherly is BDI's Associate Design Director. A graduate of the prestigious Royal Danish Academy of Fine arts and Pratt Institute, Weatherly is most well-known for BDI's popular Corridor, Tanami, Sequel, and Centro designs.
"My studies in Denmark had the most significant impact on my design aesthetic. I was fortunate to have Erling Christoffersen as my professor, and he introduced me to the works of Danish Modern designers. Arne Jacobsen, Børge Mogensen, Poul Kjærholm, Finn Juhl, Poul Henningsen, and Hans Wegner are among the most influential designers to me."
- Matt Weatherly
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