Ellis Shelf – $2,500 on up

Based on the Ellis design, this piece has aged solid cherry wood on the sides and shelves. The one pictured is 48″ wide x 16″ deep x 78″ tall, although it can be made in any size, and weighs in at 175 lbs (the cherry wood is heavy). This can also be enclosed like the original Ellis console with added doors. Caster would look nice too.

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The Ironworker Shelf – $1,650 on up
This piece was inspired by the French Industrial era. It’s all handmade and built to last centuries. It is the sturdiest shelf I make, mainly because it has a bigger frame, 192 rivets, and 48 braces. I named it the Ironworker Bookshelf in honor of the old time ironworkers who, back in the day, built beautiful things with pride. We can build these in custom sizes and finishes tailored to suit your needs and give discounts for quantity orders. Available with legs or caster…


French Industrial X Brace Shelving – $1475 on up

Based on a 1960s French Industrial piece, this bookshelf has lots of cross bracing and over 120 parts all welded together. Other features include riveted corner bracing, locking 5″ spoke casters, gray aged sugar pine shelves, and a vintage patina on the steel frame.

308 Shelf – $595 on up

Vintage industrial bookshelf on heavy duty 5″ cast iron caster wheels. The first shelf pictured measures 74″ tall x 12″ deep x 36″ wide. The shelves are made of solid 1.5″ thick aged mahogany or sugar pine (depending on availability). The entire piece is aged to look mid-century and design was inspired by the French industrial era.

A wider versions of this design would use 6 casters. Available in an aged gray stain also, and can be tailored to suit your needs.