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Pacco Floating Shelf Drawer

Pacco Floating Shelf Drawer
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$88.90 inc VAT

Pacco Floating Shelf Drawer is a wall mounted floating shelf with a hidden drawer concealed within it.
Design: Samuel Ansbacher

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Weight 1.5 kg
Dimensions 19 x 29.5 x 6.5 cm

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Pacco is a floating shelf with concealed drawer. Handmade in solid birch ply, a discreet grip underneath allows you to slide the drawer open.

The versatile and space saving design of these modular drawers means you can use them in so many ways around your home.

You can use the floating shelves as nightstands. Their compact size makes them perfect for small bedrooms.

Use them as bookshelves with hidden storage to keep clutter and personal items out of sight. Or hang several of them vertically down the wall to create a floating drawer unit.

It’s also ideal for use as a console table in your hallway or stylish storage for your home office.

The floating drawer is called Pacco (Italian for package – inspired by the designer’s Italian speaking mum!) because with its simple, clean lines and rounded front edge, it resembles a package. And everyone loves a wrapped up parcel containing a surprise.

Material: Solid birch plywood.

Dimensions: W 29.5 D 19cm H 6.5cm

Please note: Because this is a handmade product, lead times can vary. At busy times when demand is high dispatch can take up to 6 weeks. But what you will get is an exclusive, handmade piece of furniture made of solid birch ply. With each individually numbered. That’s something worth waiting for, don’t you think?