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Barracuda Industrial Design Salwood Bookcase with Flexed Frame 186 cm

        • At a glance

          • imposing shelf in a trendy industrial design
          • the shelves are made from old boat planks and are always unique
          • the bookshelf is elaborately handcrafted
          • Refine your home with this extraordinary shelf!

          An extraordinary eye-catcher for your ambience
          The strikingly recycled salwood, shaped by decades of contact with nature and the weather, makes this bookshelf an unmistakable one-off item. Made from old Salholz boat planks, each shelf tells its own story. The beautiful grain and numerous individual wood features make each shelf truly unique. The frame made of flexed, blackened metal underlines the industrial look of the shelf perfectly and becomes an exciting eye-catcher due to its asymmetrical arrangement.


          • Plates: natural
          • Frame: silver grey


          • Panels: salwood
          • Frame: metal


          • the panels are made from old, historic boat planks made from salwood
          • the frame has been flexed, giving it a particularly authentic industrial finish
          • the total of seven shelves provide plenty of space
          • Since it is handmade and a natural product, there may be colour and size deviations as well as unevenness


Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Richard m

Excellent quality finish I saw done use word ikea. Lol this is not for the masses this is for those that want style quality and difference . Great company

Richard Mortimer

Nice but if kit as they say
Quality at a reasonable price and not bloody ikea

Very happy with this.

A lovely individual piece of furniture. The aged wood looks fantastic.

Nick Kaulbach
Beautiful piece

It’s a joy finding furniture that isn’t mass produced, is beautifully made and looks exactly as advertised. Plus not having to assemble it is the cherry on top. The barracuda bookcase is lovely, very solid and has a unique finish with the reclaimed salwood creating a warm patina.

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